Don't-Miss Desktop Stories
Lenovo's Tiny-in-One 23 is a clever display dock that lets you slide little PC modules into the back. A few quick connections, and you're done.
This lightweight, portable, All-in-One sets new standards for multi-user recreational computing. But a noisy fan and the lack of an SSD option dampen the appeal.
AVADirect’s i7 X99 gaming system is relatively restrained in appearance, but is nicely put together and games better than most.
The Envy 23xt Beats AIO has a nice look, great speaker and headphone audio, and a good touchscreen display. But it's pricey given the weak performance and un-matched peripherals.
Alienware's long-awaited Alpha finally arrives, but is it really the console killer or just warmed-over hardware?
Dell's XPS 18 is a near-perfect hybrid of Windows tablet and all-in-one desktop PC.
This tabletop tablet has a couple of shortcomings, but it remains the best of its breed.
Thumbs-up on Lenovo’s choice of CPU and case; thumbs-sideways on its choice of GPU
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.