Don't-Miss Desktop Stories
Sony has built a cool, if small, all-in-one that works well as a shared family PC. The added battery and touch functionality help to create a distinctive PC experience.
The Vizio CA27-A1 offers good digital media capabilities at a great price, giving the company a strong first entry into the desktop PC market.
The Lenovo IdeaCentre A720 is a strong choice for digital media enthusiasts, and the horizontal tilt is cool, but lower cost choices can be found if you need a standard All-in-One PC.
The Lenovo ThinkCentre M92P Tiny comes in a tiny package and sips energy with great restraint, but suffers from an unresolved identity crisis.
If you need a computer for light gaming, or as a television, the Asus ET2701 INKI will give you your money's worth.
The HP Omni 27-1015t is a decent all-in-one with a large, beautiful screen, but it fails to stand out in an increasingly crowded field.
It’s fast and it’s furious--Micro Express’s budget desktop delivers a lot for a low-cost PC. But its looks won't appeal to everyone.
Falcon Northwest manages to cram an overclocked Core i7 CPU and a GTX 680 GPU into a pint-sized package barely bigger than an Xbox 360.
The Dell XPS 8500 manages to be an incredibly speedy machine packed tight into a small case.
The V3 Convoy performs on a par with the Maingear Shift Super Stock, but for a fraction of the price.
The h9-1120t manages to pack four USB 3.0 ports, 2TB of hard drive space, built-in Wi-Fi, and a third-gen Ivy Bridge processor into a "budget" system.
This all-in-one desktop is a good choice for users who want a desktop HDTV with excellent media streaming, though it lacks the power that many people want in their primary PC.
Even if money is an object, Dell's Ivy Bridge all-in-one is worth considering for its excellent combination of speed, features, and looks.
There’s little to dislike about Origin’s big performance PC: It looks every bit as good as it runs, but costs less than the competition.