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Acer AT3-600-UR11 Review

  • Attractive, functional enclosure
  • Some upgradability
  • Well-rounded performance
  • Quiet and efficient
  • Good value
  • Terrible bundled peripherals
  • Too much bloatware
Our Score 9
User Score 8

Acer Predator AG3620-UR12 Review

  • Accessible connectivity
  • Strong processor performance
  • Cool, quiet operation
  • Low power consumption
  • Inexpensive
  • So-so build quality
  • Difficult to upgrade
  • Poor peripherals
  • Merely adequate game performance
Our Score 6
User Score 0

Digital Storm Bolt Review

  • Eye-catching looks
  • Affordable
  • Difficult to upgrade
  • Poor build quality
  • Loud
  • Mediocre performance
Our Score 5.5
User Score 0

Acer Aspire 7600U Review

  • Attractive design
  • Excellent connectivity
  • Good graphics performance
  • Unexceptional display
  • Poor audio quality
  • Slow processor and hard drive
  • Not a good value
Our Score 6.5
User Score 6

Samsung Series 7 All in One Review

  • Attractive design
  • Gesture control
  • Utilities include Start menu replacement
  • Connects easily to other Samsung devices for media…
  • Difficult port placement
  • Touchscreen lowers display quality
  • Below average performance
Our Score 7.5
User Score 0

Samsung Series 3 Chromebox Review

  • Extremely fast
  • Plenty of ports
  • Chrome OS is starting to mature
  • Derivative design
  • Limited ecosystem
  • Expensive compared to the competition
Our Score 7
User Score 0

HP SpectreOne Review

  • Attractive, thin exterior
  • Stand design conceals hardware
  • Good processor performance
  • Poor connectivity
  • Lackluster audio quality
  • Cheap peripherals
  • No solid-state drive
  • Expensive
Our Score 6
User Score 0

HP Envy 23 Review

  • Beautiful 1080p display
  • Good all-round performance
  • Helpful Beats Audio software
  • Runs cool
  • Uninspiring design
  • Vibrations sour sound quality
  • Annoying pop-ups and bloatware
  • Doesn’t excel in any area
Our Score 7
User Score 2

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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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