Don't-Miss Desktop Stories
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.
The Poly 990FX-8150 fails to stand out in a crowded category, offering general and gaming performance bested by machines that cost hundreds less.
This system performs business tasks with ease and delivers just enough multimedia power to keep you from getting too distracted.
The Polywell Ignition X7900i-3960 comes packed with every Performance PC lover’s dream parts, but comes at a rather steep price.
The Alienware X51 proves that big things can come in small packages, offering excellent gaming performance in a slim chassis.
We love this performance desktop’s speeds, but its omission of a Blu-ray player leaves movie buffs in the cold.
This superfast system costs a pretty penny for its performance. But where did all the other features go?
From slim smartphones to massive TVs, here's the tech that didn't arrive by reindeer express this year.
AMD’s latest takes the performance crown, gracefully.
This Micro Express PC packs Intel’s new Sandy Bridge Extreme Edition processor, serving up tons of power and great performance, for a mere $2000.
If speed is the name of your game, you won’t be disappointed by this business-class, all-in-one system. But that’s all it really brings to the table.