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The year is still extremely young, but we just returned from CES 2015, where a small army of PCs appeared in all sorts of shapes, sizes, and configurations. Check out some of these monsters.
Not content to just fight Chromebooks, HP will release a new mini PC that takes the fight to Chromebox units too.
CyberPower's new Fang Trinity looks like no PC we've ever seen but it still packs a punch with a powerful graphics card and truly unique design.
The cutest little PC of CES contest hasn't even started, but Acer's Revo One may have already won.
Intel may have more than just newer Broadwell processors up its sleeve as it revamps its miniature NUC bare-bones PCs.
Following the announcement of Hewlett-Packard's Sprout PC, Dell shows off its own "smart desk" concept.
This PCIe-slot-in-a-box solves the mobile GPU obsolescence issue, but it forever ties you to Alienware’s laptops.
Apple refreshes its "most energy efficient desktop computer," the Mac mini.
Apple gives its 27-inch iMac all-in-one the Retina treatment, but the non-Retina models are sticking around.
Intel shows off a number of prototype NUCs at the Intel Developer Forum, including models with touch, speech, and its next-generation Broadwell chips. And if Intel's mini PC is too powerful for you, try an Atom-powered "half NUC" design.
Plus: We get a look at the Alpha's console-like user interface, which allows you to run the whole system without ever seeing Windows 8.1.