From buttoned-up business machines to a watercooled gaming rig, Lenovo unleashes a flurry of eclectic Windows 8 hardware. This is one company that takes CES very, very seriously.
The Aspire 7600U is a mesmerizing machine, but its mobile processor means less-than-impressive performance.
The Adaptive All-In-One's display panel weighs 14 pounds.
With an expected iMac refresh imminent, Hewlett-Packard goes preemptive and unwraps a Windows 8 competitor.
Instead of a touchscreen, users will navigate the user interface of Microsoft's operating system with a wireless trackpad.
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.
Samsung's desktops feature touchscreens and run on Intel processors. They start at $749 and will go on sale Oct. 26.
Just plug in a VGA monitor and you're ready to go with this $239 device.