Don't-Miss Desktop Stories
We love this performance desktop’s speeds, but its omission of a Blu-ray player leaves movie buffs in the cold.
This superfast system costs a pretty penny for its performance. But where did all the other features go?
From slim smartphones to massive TVs, here's the tech that didn't arrive by reindeer express this year.
AMD’s latest takes the performance crown, gracefully.
This Micro Express PC packs Intel’s new Sandy Bridge Extreme Edition processor, serving up tons of power and great performance, for a mere $2000.
If speed is the name of your game, you won’t be disappointed by this business-class, all-in-one system. But that’s all it really brings to the table.
The two PC giants haven't kept pace with the industry in durability and product support. Readers gave better marks to Apple and Asus.
The H330 packs impressive specs for a sub-$800 desktop: a Core i5 processor, 1TB of hard-drive space, and a Blu-ray disc drive.
The Lenovo IdeaCentre B320 seems uncertain about whether it wants to be a multimedia powerhouse or a budget all-in-one with few frills.
This competitively priced 23-inch AIO is a solid performer, but it has an inaccurate touchscreen and a cheap-looking build.
This is a real deal: an excellent performer with premium specs for less than $1400.
HP's first 3D all-in-one leaves much to be desired; big 3D fans may want to wait.
With screen sizes ranging between 18 and 21.6 inches, these all-in-ones offer a complete PC package without cramping your desk--or your budget.