Don't-Miss Desktop Stories
If price is no object, you'll be hard-pressed to find a better power PC than the beautifully constructed Black Ops Assassin from Digital Storm.
If you’re in a tinkering mood, VIA’s Artigo A1100 is a modular, media-slinging PC in a tiny shell.
Versatile, attractive, and capable--Dell’s Studio XPS 7100 lacks upgrade potential, but it’s a strong contender for the media-savvy set.
HP’s Pavilion Elite HPE-390t delivers great performance in a humble, media-focused shell. Just be sure to bring your own peripherals.
If you have an Android phone and need a Wikipedia browsing app, then Wapedia by Taptu may be the right choice.
Though it can't match the performance of some competing models in its category, the A300 offers a wealth of connection options in a stunning shell.
It doesn't have a touchscreen, but Lenovo's IdeaCentre B500 offers a striking design, great performance, and an integrated TV tuner.
HP's latest TouchSmart PC packs a punch, delivering strong media-theater functionality and the line's signature TouchSmart style.
It's not perfect, but this compact keyboard makes a useful addition to any media center PC.
Gateway’s 20-inch all-in-one desktop might be fast, but it takes a lot of hits to achieve its balance of speed and cost.
CyberPower's latest mainstream PC packs a compelling combination of performance and value into an impressive case.
Aside from a few dings and dents on its specifications sheet, this large all-in-one PC produces great numbers for its relatively meager price.
The Microflex 88B mainstream desktop PC may not win any speed races, but it cruises to the finish line in Blu-ray and USB 3.0 style
HP's Z200 offers category-leading performance for business-class desktops, but its premium components will cost you.