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Logitech G915 Lightspeed TKL long-term review: The Magic Keyboard for gaming

The Logitech G915 Lightspeed TKL is a mechanical gaming keyboard that takes some notes from Apple's Magic Keyboard, and to great success.
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Intel Beast Canyon NUC 11 Extreme review: A true mini gaming PC

The Intel NUC 11 Extreme is a costly barebones kit that still manages to exceed expectations. You'll need a graphics card inside to see its full power, though.
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AMD Radeon RX 6600 XT review: Smooth 1080p gaming at a 1440p price

The AMD RX 6600 XT is targeting 1080p gamers with high refresh rate monitors, but a slightly inflated price might prove too much against the Nvidia competition.
HP 930 Creator Wireless Mouse

HP 930 Creator Wireless Mouse review: Made for creators

The HP 930 Creator Wireless Mouse is highly customizable and ergonomic with excellent battery life.
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Nvidia RTX 3070 Ti review: More of what gamers need

The RTX 3070 Ti only costs $100 more than the 3070, and provides another appropriately priced option for gamers.
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Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti review: Another powerful GPU at an ungodly price

Nvidia has launched another powerful graphics card, the RTX 3080 Ti. Can it defeat AMD's best and satisfy overwhelming demand?
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Apple iMac (24-inch) M1 review: Seeing is believing

Reinvented as the iMac for a new generation. It has to be seen in person to truly appreciate its design.
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Dell XPS 8940 SE Desktop review: The do-it-all PC

Don’t let Dell’s XPS Desktop compact size and unassuming good looks fool you -- this home PC punches above its weight class, both literally and metaphorically.
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HP Omen 30L Gaming Desktop review: A gorgeous glass house

HP's beautiful new gaming desktop looks amazing with its minimalist design aesthetic. But how does it perform? Is this the gaming desktop everyone should buy?
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Falcon Northwest Talon review: The best all-AMD gaming PC you can buy

The Falcon Northwest Talon is one of the few premade desktops that now support the latest AMD graphics and processors. Is it worthy of the power they provide?
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Apple Mac Mini M1 review: Miniature footprint, maximum performance

The Mac Mini is the first desktop Mac with Apple’s M1 chip inside. That means a lot of changes have come to the company’s smallest Mac. How does it perform?
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Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 review: A bright future for PC gaming

Consoles have stolen the attention of the gaming world, but Nvidia's RTX 3080 proves that the future of PC gaming is bright.
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iMac 5K 27-inch (2020) review: An old dog learns a few new tricks

Apple Silicon Macs are coming, which puts the new Intel 5K iMac in a strange position. It may be one of the last of its kind, but is it worth buying anyway?
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Intel NUC 9 Extreme Kit ‘Ghost Canyon’ review: All potential

Intel's NUC 9 Extreme Kit uses the company's Compute Element to squeeze modular design in a small footprint. It has potential, but it's far from perfect.
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Intel Frost Canyon NUC (NUC 10i7FNHAA) review: Big win for creators

Intel's new Frost Canyon NUC (NUC 10i7FNHAA) pairs a 10th-gen Core i7 processor with a tiny PC puck design. The result is an excellent mini-PC for creators.
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HP Envy 32 All-in-One review: iMac killer?

For 2020, Apple might just need to watch its back. With the new Envy 32 All-in-One, HP is taking the all-in-one category to new places. Thanks to the luxurious design, an immersive display, and some incredible processing power, this new PC might have everything to topple Apple's iMac.
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Dell Inspiron 27 7790 all-in-one review: Half PC, half TV

Dell's Inspiron 27 7790 might not be a gaming PC in the traditional sense, but it still delivers a terrific gaming experience for console gamers who need a desktop for productivity work. Thanks to an HDMI input feature, you can use the 27-inch screen on the Inspiron to hook up an Xbox or PlayStation.
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Dell G5 Gaming Desktop review: Dorm room gaming done right

Don't dismiss Dell's entry-level G5 gaming desktop. Though it lacks the punchier design of the Dell's well-known Alienware brand among gamers, the G5 delivers a lot of bang for your buck. With a low starting price of $589, the compact footprint of this desktop makes it a versatile PC for dorm room gaming.
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Falcon Northwest Talon 20th Anniversary Edition review

With a solid metal body that begs comparisons with Apple's Mac Pro, Falcon Northwest's Talon 20th Anniversary Edition is a gaming PC that's built to last. And that's a good thing, as our $6,488 configured review unit comes with a blazing fast 12-core AMD Ryzen 9 processor and dual Nvidia RTX graphics.
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Alienware Aurora R10 Ryzen Edition review: A new dawn for AMD

Featuring AMD's monster 16-core Ryzen processor, the new Alienware Aurora is one of the most powerful desktop PCs you can buy. The new look is pretty stunning, too. But does all that power make sense for a gaming machine?
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Raspberry Pi 4 Model B Desktop Kit review: Homebrew hacking

The Raspberry Pi 4 is the latest miniature computing sensation from the Raspberry Pi Foundation and is by far the most capable Pi yet. It adds dual HDMI support for twin 4K displays, a more powerful SoC, and the option of plenty of new RAM. It comes with everything you need to get started too.
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Alienware Aurora R8 review: Tower of power

Alienware shows that not all gaming rigs have to be expensive. Packing in ray tracing capable RTX graphics and Intel’s 9th-Generation processor, the Aurora R8 is a PC that appeals to demanding gamers, but at a surprisingly reasonable price compared to competitors on the market.
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HP Envy Curved All-in-One 34 review

If you think all PC workstations are doomed to the same boring design, be prepared to be blown away by HP’s gorgeous Envy Curved AIO 34. This all-in-one machine combines modern silicon options with gorgeous mid-century modern aesthetics, making it a focal point of any desk.
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Acer Predator Orion 3000 review

Acer’s Predator Orion 3000 delivers the kind of gaming performance that’s more typical of larger desktop towers. Equipped with Intel’s 9th-Gen processor and Nvidia’s RTX 2080 graphics, the Orion 3000 delivers solid gaming performance in a compact and stylish case design.
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Asus ProArt PA90 review

Because of its compact size, the Asus ProArt PA90 makes use of an innovative motorized lid design to keep its liquid-cooled 9th-gen Intel Core i9 processor and Nvidia Quadro graphics inside cool. But this isn’t just a design gimmick – the ProArt PA90 is a very capable workstation designed for creatives.
Corsair One Pro i180 review

Corsair One Pro i180 review

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Microsoft Surface Hub 2S hands-on review

Slim, light, and intuitive, the new Microsoft Surface Hub 2S wants to change the way you collaborate at work. That’s a lofty goal, but as our Surface Hub 2S hands-on review details, it’s one this device seems well equipped to achieve. Just don’t hope to buy one for your home.
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Origin Neuron (2019) review

With a swing-open glass door and magnetic rubber feet that allow you to configure this tower vertically or horizontally, Origin PC has infused practical design choices to showcase the Neuron’s powerful specs, including dual-graphics support and top-notch processor options.
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iMac 5K 27-inch (2019) review

Apple now has four types of iPads -- the budget iPad, the iPad Mini, the iPad Air, and the iPad Pro. The iPad Air is almost the same as the new iPad Mini, save for screen size. While people looking for a small tablet should go for the Mini, professionals that are reluctant about the price of the highest-tier iPad Pro should consider the iPad Air as the tablet to buy.
Digital Storm Lynx review

Digital Storm Lynx review

Digital Storm’s Lynx provides an excellent alternative to gamers who don’t want to build their own gaming PCs. Equipped with powerful hardware, support for ray tracing, and the space to house up to two graphics cards, the Lynx is a PC that’s capable of growing with your needs.
Origin Millennium (2019) review

Origin Millennium (2019) review

The massive Origin Millennium gaming PC is a flagship desktop with serious hardware and a price tag to match. It’s no bargain, but its quality and handsome design make a gaming battlestation you’ll want to own. Check out our Origin Millennium desktop review to learn more.
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HP Omen Obelisk review

Equipped with Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 2080 graphics in an attractive desktop tower with internal space for future upgrades, HP’s compact Omen Obelisk is a competitively priced mainstream gaming desktop with enough power to appeal to enthusiasts who don’t want to build their own rigs.
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Digital Storm Aventum X gaming PC review

The allure of the Aventum X isn’t just about power – you can find similar performance elsewhere at cheaper prices. Instead, the Aventum celebrates gamers by making the technology inside as much a part of the design as the tower itself. In designing the Aventum X, Digital Storm has created the Lamborghini of gaming PCs.
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Origin Chronos (2019) review

The Chronos is Origin’s smallest PC, but while it occupies less space than most A/V receivers, it delivers the power of a much larger desktop. Its dull exterior design does the system a disservice. Once you turn it on, you won’t be bored. Our Origin Chronos Review tests the desktop in multiple benchmarks and games.
Senior Editor, Computing

Luke Larsen is a Senior Editor at Digital Trends and manages all content covering laptops, monitors, PC hardware, and everything else that plugs into a computer. Luke joined Digital Trends in 2017 as a native Portlander, happy to join a media company that called his city home. His obsession with technology is in observing the ebb and flow of how technological advancement and product design intersects with our day-to-day experience of it. From digging into the minute details to stepping back and seeing the wider trends, Luke revels in telling stories with tech.

Before working at DT, he worked as Tech Editor at Paste Magazine for over four years and has bylines at publications such as IGN and The Oregonian. When he’s not obsessing over what the best laptop is or how Apple can fix the Mac, Luke spends his time playing designer board games, quoting obscure Star Wars lines, and hanging with his family.