Don't-Miss Desktop Stories
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.
The MSI Wind Top AE2050 delivers compelling features, inexpensively. But several compromises keep it from surpassing its budget-priced peers.
HP’s latest all-in-one desktop kicks performance into high gear--but where are all the fashionable features?
Maingear’s F131 Super Stock clambers to the top of our mainstream chart in a hard-fought battle.
The HP 100B has a nice, bright screen, but it fails to deliver on performance and features.
The H320 performs very well for its category, and features Blu-ray and HD support--all for under $700.
The Enix's selling point is its alluring chassis, but the system also delivers great performance for a (relatively) good price.
Origin's “low-end” Genesis is anything but: traditional mid-range components are joined by a heap of RAM and a pair of Nvidia graphics cards in SLI.
The Dell Vostro 460 offers great general performance, but its reliance on integrated graphics may limit its flexibility.
Using a vertically mounted Mini-ATX format motherboard, Digital Storm's overclocked Enix gaming PC features top performance in a small footprint.
AMD’s dual-GPU Radeon HD 6990 is the world’s fastest single-slot graphics card. But with massive power comes a massive price tag.