Looking for a top-tier performance PC, but not quite ready to part with a kidney? You’re in luck.
Get into massively multiplayer online games without spending massive amounts of money.
Sandy Bridge arrives on our mainstream-PC chart with a flourish as Micro Express’s MicroFlex 25B mops the floor with the competition--for now.
Facing tough competition at varying sizes and costs, Sony's attractive all-in-one doesn't quite live up to its asking price.
HP’s Omni 100 is an extremely inexpensive all-in-one PC, but if you spend a little more elsewhere, you'll get a better deal.
It’s small, it’s inexpensive, and it’s not upgradable--but why would you want to rip the Blu-ray player out of this superskinny system anyway? The networking, however, is another story.
The p6640f tries to offer a competitive buffet of features for its low price, but the meal isn't as satisfying as what you’ll find elsewhere.
This midsize-tower desktop just has too much competition offering too many other interesting features, for less money--raw speed doesn't make Gateway’s DX4320-45 a sure-fire winner.
From its looks and sounds to its HD support and speed, Gateway’s 23-inch all-in-one desktop rarely stops delivering.
For its size, you won’t find a more well-rounded system than Dell’s Compact PC. It’s speedy, connected, and ready for next-generation movie discs.
A small frame and low price tag aren't quite enough to help Lenovo's IdeaCentre Q150 pull away from the compact-PC pack.
This inexpensive compact PC performs well for the price.
Acer's inexpensive Aspire X3400 makes a strong showing for a reasonable price.
Acer’s Aspire M3400 budget desktop puts up a good fight--but in terms of features, competing (and similarly priced) systems are just a bit better.