Which of these laptops/desktops do you think would be a good fit?

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I'm thinking of purchasing myself a new computer/laptop for Christmas this coming Thursday (I get paid that day, and it's the last day to use the discount my job gave its associates as a holiday bonus). After reviewing all of the computers/laptops we carry in the store, I have my eye set on three of them, but I wanted some input before I purchased them.

1. https://www.walmart.com/ip/HP-22-AIO-R3-Touch-8GB-1TB-Desktop-All-In-One/769394022

I'm currently leaning towards this one, because it has the most memory out of the three that I've chosen. Plus, my mother recommended it since she loves HP.

2. https://www.walmart.com/ip/HP-Envy-15-6-FHD-Touch-x360-Intel-Core-i5-1135G7-8GB-RAM-512GB-SSD-Silver-Windows-10-15-ed1055wm/939468275

This one is the only laptop, plus I've been thinking about getting a new tablet. I'm not too crazy about the price, though. However, the reviews are good.

3. https://www.walmart.com/ip/Acer-Predator-XB273-GZbmiiprx-27-FHD-1920-x-1080-IPS-Monitor-NVIDIA-G-SYNC-Compatible-HDR400-Up-0-5ms-G-G-Overclock-280Hz-Delta-E-2-1-Display-Port-2-/921839040

The cheapest of the three. I like Acer because they make awesome gaming computers. The screen is large and the graphics look good, but I'm not sure if it comes with a desktop or not.

So, what do you all think? Any and all feedback is welcome.
 
I like Acer … but I'm not sure if it comes with a desktop or not
It does not, that's only the monitor.

What do you want to use your purchase for? Neither are any/much good for modern games since they don't have a separate graphics card.

If you're after gaming, there could be some refurbished or open box desktops in store. Assuming they'd see you right if anything went wrong, look at those—for gaming, main thing you want is a separate graphics card.

it has the most memory
Both have same memory, 8GB.
 
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I'm thinking of purchasing myself a new computer/laptop for Christmas this coming Thursday (I get paid that day, and it's the last day to use the discount my job gave its associates as a holiday bonus).
If you want it for gaming, look for the word "Nvidia", just to make it easy for you. Unfortunately, decent gaming computers aren't cheap. Also, they are recycling terrible old cards these days that are just about useless, especially at Walmart. If you want to play games in the price range you posted, then you probably need to look at consoles. I wouldn't try to get into PC gaming right now with under $1000. That's mostly because of the component shortage. You used to be able to get an acceptable gaming PC for $700 or $800.
 
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