The Toshiba PX35t is a relatively quick performer for its price range and looks great doing it. Despite a dull screen and uncomfortable mouse, this is the best choice for the college student.
The HP Pavilion TouchSmart 23-f260xt may look outdated and clunky, but that's just to maximize the space it's saving you.
The Lenovo C540 Touch may not look like much, but under the hood it delivers some decent performance with an abundance of memory that won't leave you scrounging for more.
The Dell Inspiron One 20 Touch sports some nice design features that unfortunately don't carry over to the peripherals or media features.
The Acer Aspire Z3-605-UR22 may look sleek, slim and streamlined, but it's only skin deep—it lagged far behind in our benchmarks.
This isn't the fastest boutique gaming rig we've tested, but it's a whole lot less expensive.
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The ET2702 has a very high-res 27-inch display, but the absence of one component renders it an also-ran in our benchmark competition.
Dell sacrifices a little practicality for the sake of beauty, but this AIO is so terrific most people won't care.
You won't want to carry this big-boned notebook everywhere, but it'll get the job done when you get there.
Anyone spending more than $9000 on a gaming rig deserves supreme fit and finish, not just pure muscle.
The refreshed Thin + Light notebook delivers good performance, but this machine lacks pizzazz.
Tesla partnered with Toyota to create the 2013 RAV4 EV, and it's an impressive car in many ways. Unfortunately it's also very expensive, especially considering the limited range.
This AiO looks good and performs well, but Vizio needs to update its peripherals game and get with the discrete GPU program.