Editors' Choice

We review hundreds of products in a wide range of categories each year. Here's the best of the best in desktops.

Origin Millennium (2019) review

The massive, heavy Origin Millennium 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. See Full Review »

Our Score 9

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Alienware Aurora R8 Review

  • Lots of available configurations
  • Plenty of ports for connectivity
  • Upgradeable design supports up to two graphics…
  • LED accent lights tastefully done
  • Built-in carry handle for easy transport
  • Plastic construction
  • Loud fan
  • Odd design
Our Score 7

Corsair One Pro i180 Review

  • Superb performance in compact package
  • Clean, modern design
  • Excellent thermal management
  • 12-core Intel X-series CPU standard
  • Wide range of ports
  • Too expensive
  • More difficult to upgrade than other towers
  • No Thunderbolt 3
Our Score 7

Microsoft Surface Hub 2S Review

  • Light, tactile design
  • Easy to move
  • Battery offers up to two hours of life
  • Stunning 4K+ touchscreen
  • Hub 2S can’t rotate like Hub 2X

Origin Neuron Review

  • Minimalist design with tempered glass window
  • Many customization options
  • High-end liquid-cooled processor
  • Compact mid-tower footprint
  • Can support up to two GPUs
  • Small chassis makes it hard to perform upgrades
  • Upgraded configurations can get expensive
Our Score 8

Apple iMac 5K 27-inch (2019) Review

  • Core i9 is super speedy
  • Better GPU options
  • Classic, gorgeous design
  • Excellent build quality
  • Weird configuration options
  • Huge bezels, non-adjustable stand
Our Score 7

Digital Storm Lynx Review

  • Modern design with tempered glass side panel
  • Competitive pricing
  • Spacious interior for easy upgrades
  • RGB lighting options for visual interest
  • Can support up to two GPUs
  • Lack of USB-C, Thunderbolt 3 ports
  • No build-to-order option for RTX 2080 Ti graphics
Our Score 7

HP Omen Obelisk Review

  • Sleek, compact design
  • Ray tracing-ready and VR-capable
  • Designed for upgradeability
  • Accessible ports
  • Competitively priced
  • Ships with older CPU and slower storage
  • Nvidia RTX 2080 Ti not an option (yet)
  • Glass window doesn’t help with boring internal…
Our Score 7

Digital Storm Aventum X Review

  • Insanely fast performance
  • Beautiful all-glass side panels
  • Excellent upgradeability and repairability
  • Abundance of ports
  • Custom thermal management with liquid cooling
  • Potential of NVLink and ray tracing not yet…
  • Outrageously expensive
Our Score 8