Don't-Miss Desktop Stories
The Veriton L4610 is small and speedy, but it can’t best some of Acer’s older desktop PCs.
This svelte PC is pretty fast for a compact desktop.
Digital Storm’s Special|Ops Dreadnought is fairly priced for its performance, but is not out to break benchmarks.
Contrary to what you might think, speed isn't always the most important thing when you're buying a new computer.
Micro Express' latest budget machine bucks the category trends—in all the right ways.
Workstations aren’t for everyone. But if you need a powerful PC to work through heavy graphics and 3D tasks, and are willing to pay a bit extra for optimized hardware, the HP Z210 CMT stands out as a business desktop worth considering.
Last week, Apple updated its iconic line of iMac desktop computers with technologies first introduced in February with the MacBook Pro. At the heart of the new iMacs are new Intel processors and new device connectivity, both of which provide the new iMacs with welcomed speed boosts.
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.
Its low price and solid benchmark results are great, but the Gateway FX6850-51U ultimately fails to stand out in a crowded pack.
You pay a pretty penny for near-perfection. Little about Sony’s VAIO VPC L218FX all-in-one is disappointing, save for its price.
A great case and premium components make for an imposing machine, but its timid overclocking prevents the Chimera XLC from leading the Performance PC pack.
Outstanding general performance and an excellent touchscreen help the TouchSmart 610 Quad stand out from the all-in-one crowd.