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Review: CyberPower Trinity Xtreme PC looks insane but is surprisingly upgradeable

Yes: It's a PC and more amazingly, it's just off-the-shelf parts.

Hardcore Hardware: CyberPower Trinity Xtreme

CyberPower's Trinity Xtreme is one insane looking PC that no longer forces you to pick between proprietary and cool looking or standard parts in a boring box.

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Review: Falcon Northwest's console-sized, 18-core micro PC is gloriously overkill

Size doesn't matter: Falcon packs a 36-thread CPU, GeForce Titan X and the fastest NVME SSD into a PC not much bigger than a game console.

Don't judge this PC by its size

Ready to shed nerd tears of joy? This Falcon Northwest Tiki packs an 18-core Xeon, and the fastest GPU and SSD you can buy into its tiny body.

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Intel Compute Stick Review: It could make your TV smart, but it's short on other use cases

It's a computer on a stick! But this fun idea loses some luster once you start adding up all the add-ons--you know, like a monitor and a keyboard and a mouse.

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Reviewed: Falcon Northwest Mach V with triple Titan X cards rips the lid off our gaming tests

Nvidia's GeForce Titan X has already been anointed the king of gaming GPUs. Packing three into the Mach V has made it one of the fastest gaming rigs in the world.

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Raspberry Pi 2 review: The revolutionary $35 micro-PC, supercharged

The Raspberry Pi 2 bears a strong resemblance to its forefathers, but with fewer design headaches and dramatically improved performance.

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Lenovo ThinkCentre Tiny-in-One 23 review: Slide-in PCs create versatile All-in-Ones

Lenovo's new 23-inch Tiny-in-One display doubles as a dock for the company's Tiny Desktop small-form-factor computers. The result is a pretty nice all-in-one.