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ASUS M70AD-US003S review

Is the ASUS M70AD a do-it-all mid-tower PC, or is it a lightweight trying to hold its own in a heavyweight Could use more USB 3.0 ports Limited upgradabilityfight? See Full Review »

Our Score 9.5
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Our Score 8.5
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Lenovo IdeaCentre Flex 20 review

  • Affordable price
  • Display offers excellent image quality
  • Pleasing bundled peripherals
  • Runs cool and quiet
  • Below-average performance
  • Short battery life
  • Not enough connectivity
Our Score 7.5
User Score 8

Gateway DX 4885-UB3A review

  • Compact
  • Easy to upgrade
  • Strong processor performance
  • Decent bundled keyboard and mouse
  • Quiet operation
  • Good value
  • A few design quirks
  • No extra hard drive bays
  • Poor connectivity
Our Score 8
User Score 3

Minix Neo X7 review

  • Decent build quality
  • Gobs of ports
  • Strong CPU performance
  • 16GB of internal storage
  • Custom interface lacks polish
  • Android isn’t a good general-purpose OS
  • Poor graphics performance
  • Expensive (relative to the competition)
Our Score 6
User Score 2

Dell Inspiron One 23 review

  • Attractive design
  • Supports HDMI-out and HDMI-in
  • Fast, well-rounded performance
  • Low-contrast display
  • Poor audio quality
  • System fan is annoying at load
  • Expensive for a 23-inch AIO
  • Affordable models lose performance advantage
Our Score 6.5
User Score 0

Origin Millennium (2013) review

  • Small enclosure
  • Easy to repair and upgrade
  • Incredible performance
  • Surprisingly good bang-for-the-buck
  • Less expensive than competitors
  • Cooling fans are loud, even at idle
  • Chugs power by the gallon
Our Score 8.5
User Score 0

Acer Aspire Z3-605 review

  • Simple but functional design
  • Excellent display
  • Good sound quality
  • Silent operation and low power draw
  • Plain exterior lacks style
  • Performance is far below average
  • No optional solid-state drive
  • Competitors provide better value
Our Score 6.5
User Score 0

Asus M51AC-US016S review

  • Low-key design with lots of connectivity
  • Quality motherboard with room for upgrades
  • Well-rounded performance
  • Decent bundled peripherals
  • Good value
  • Case has just one empty drive bay
  • No solid-state drive option
Our Score 8.5
User Score 4

Dell XPS 27 Touch review

  • Excellent Design
  • Great 2,560 x 1,440 display
  • Very good audio output
  • Good performance for an all-in-one
  • Plastic backside feels a bit flimsy for a premium…
  • Graphics aren’t powerful enough to handle games…
Our Score 9
User Score 10

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When you buy a desktop computer, you're making a statement. You're telling the world (or, at least, the part of the world that sees your desk) that you have serious computing to get done, serious screen real estate to occupy, and serious space to take up. It's a bold move in an increasingly mobile age and it begs a host of very specific questions before you put your money where your desk space used to be. We want to make sure you're not getting a power-sucking vampire machine or one so loud its fan speed goes to 11 while also ensuring the computer you're thinking about meets your needs. Whether you're looking for a behemoth gaming machine or an attractive all-in-one, we'll run the tests and parse the jargon so you know what you're getting and whether or not you should be getting it.

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