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Origin Genesis Midtower: Solid Performance, at a Price That's Hard to Beat

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  • Origin Genesis Midtower 2011
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    Origin has updated the Genesis Midtower desktop for 2011 with Intel’s Sandy Bridge CPUs. While far less imposing than its larger sibling, this machine represents one of the best price-to-performance...

At a Glance

Origin has updated the Genesis Midtower desktop for 2011 with Intel’s Sandy Bridge CPUs. While far less imposing than its larger sibling, this machine represents one of the best price-to-performance ratios on our charts, with few sacrifices.

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Pros

  • Stellar price-to-performance ratio

Cons

  • Lacks a Blu-ray player
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