Don't-Miss Desktop Stories
You get what you pay for. Lenovo cut a lot of corners to produce a desktop PC for less than $500.
Remember all those Steam machines you heard about at CES? They’re finally coming to market—just without the SteamOS.
It’s not much to look at, but this rig delivers the goods at a budget-friendly price.
Acer changed the look of its all-in-one line, but this machine's performance leaves much to be desired.
A petite PC that can play the most demanding games.
The Vanquish II Ultimate delivers a great 1080p gaming experience for the price, but its micro-ATX motherboard doesn't give you a lot of options.
What's a mobile OS doing on a desktop PC? Good question.
It's cheap enough, but its specs trail those of the few competing machines in this space.
This all-in-one has more features than most will want to pay for.
It’s like buying a touchscreen display and getting an Android desktop PC for free.
Rapid Review: Android All-In-One PC Roundup
PCs don't need to be loud to be powerful. AVADirect proves they don't need to be expensive, either.
All too many gaming rigs are noisy beasts. They're filled with high-powered components that need lots of cooling fans. The AVADirect is a delightful exception.
Looking for a desktop PC to fit your IKEA-themed home? Acer’s black-and-clear all-in-one will look great on your ultra-white Bestå desk.
Find out what workstations Ergotron has developed for Mac users.
Unlike many off-the-shelf PCs aimed at gamers, the 2014 Predator is no wannabe.