Don't-Miss Desktop Stories
This low-profile performance machine is really, really fast.
There isn't much that the speedy Erebus GT desktop PC can’t do--in fact, we can hardly think of a thing.
Digital Storm’s ODE Level 4 desktop PC offers blistering speed, but doesn’t come cheap.
Intel's Sandy Bridge processors are still the popular kids on the block, but the new Sandy Bridge Extreme Edition has arrived, taking top honors on our performance PC benchmarks.
All-in-one PCs are zippy, stylish, and just plain practical. Here's why your next PC probably won't be a tower.
Gaming rigs and data-crunching workhorses alike need to be in top condition. Find out how your computer performs on intense, system-slamming tasks with these benchmarking programs.
The TouchSmart 7320 is functional, and performance is decent. But it fails to stand out.
You can’t expect a miracle from a $500 budget PC; this Acer machine couples a cookie-cutter design with solid speeds.
This inexpensive PC packs a wallop on games, but nongamers can do better for less.
The HP Omni 220 is a definite improvement over its predecessor: It's quicker, it has a better graphics card, and it includes a Blu-ray player.
Samsung's first foray into the all-in-one desktop market has some cool features, but it's far from perfect.
If you're looking for a big, beautiful all-in-one that's not a Mac, the HP Omni 27 is a very attractive choice.
Performance machines aren't usually known for their slim, svelte towers--but the HPE Phoenix h9 fits a lot of power into a very small case.