Don't-Miss Desktop Stories
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.
An acceptable system at a slightly higher than expected price, Giada’s A50 isn’t one Compact PC to overlook.
For a stock-clock, six-core system, Polywell’s Poly X5800A3-990X delivers a lot, but a few tweaks would have made it even better (and more competitive).
HP’s business-centric all-in-one lacks the bells and whistles of consumer-oriented machines, but it offers strong performance and some room to tinker.
If you're looking for a compact, reasonably priced office desktop that delivers top-notch performance, Polywell's Poly ITX H6700 may be a good match.