As long as gaming isn’t your thing, you’ll find much to love in the do-everything-else Gateway DX4831-03 midsize tower desktop.
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The AX1301-B1812 delivers a lot, but whether it's a good value depends on how much you like the bundled display.
Acer’s Veriton X480G does a pretty good job of keeping up with the best budget PCs, but tough competition stands between this system and top honors.
Polywell fashions up a monster Performance PC, powered by Intel's new six-core processor. And it won’t cost you an arm and a leg to get your hands on this speedy system; probably just an arm.
The Optiplex 780 USFF offers competitive performance in a space-saving design, but Dell is asking a bit much for what it delivers.
Offering capable performance and a stellar price tag, the eMachines ET1831-07 may not top the charts, but it's a great value.
In spite of a lapse in connection options and limited upgradability, the SX2840-01 is a speedy little monster with a budget price.
Though the FX6831-03 isn't a showstopper, fast speeds and high-definition support combine to deliver a great performance PC.
This system is packed to the brim with power and features. Only its low hard-disk capacity (an easily fixable flaw) keeps it from the top of our must-buy list.
Solid performance, a 1080p touchscreen, and Blu-ray playback set the ET2203T up for success, but you might want to judge the display's picture quality in person before you buy.
HP delivers a system that’s unquestionably speedy for its small(ish) size, but left out details that could have brought it closer to the top.
The Inspiron Zino HD provides impressive connectivity and performance in a colorful and compact enclosure.
Despite a roomier hard drive and a few extra cores, the Z5600-U1352 does little to stand apart from Acer’s preexisting Aspire Z5610 all-in-one.