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

Origin Millennium gaming desktop review

Remember that scene from Jurassic Park, where the raptor arrives in the metal cage on a giant forklift, snarling and biting? That’s what it’s like to receive an Origin desktop. Let’s find out if it’s worthy of… See Full Review »

Our Score 9

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Velocity Micro Raptor M60 Review

  • Fast processor
  • Excellent gaming performance
  • Lightning-fast SSD
  • Awkward internals
  • Not a great price
Our Score 6

Origin Neuron Review

  • Incredible overclocked performance
  • Lightning-fast storage
  • Extremely attractive
  • Elegantly assembled
  • Doesn’t have a custom enclosure
Our Score 9

Alienware Area 51 (2017) Review

  • Unique design
  • Lighting syncs across Alienware devices
  • Accessible, spacious interior
  • Supports the latest hardware
  • Absolutely massive
  • Doesn’t offer all Core X chips

Microsoft Surface Studio Review

  • Beautiful design
  • Simple, intuitive hinge
  • The best PC touchscreen, ever
  • Respectable performance, for an all-in-one
  • Solid bundled peripherals
  • Extremely slow hard drive
  • Last-generation graphics hardware
  • Dial is a $100 add-on, of questionable use
Our Score 7

AVADirect Avant Mid-Size Dekstop Review

  • Solid all-around performance
  • Attractive enclosure
  • Easy to upgrade
  • Priced below most similar competitors
  • SLI isn’t worth it
  • Various LED-lit components don’t sync up
  • Build quality is below par
Our Score 6

MSI Trident 9S6-B90611-02S Review

  • Compact design
  • Sturdy feel
  • Solid 1080p gaming
  • Tons of plugs
  • Bloated with extra software
  • Odd port selection
Our Score 7

Dell XPS Tower Special Edition 8910 SE Review

  • Compact design
  • Decent gaming performance
  • Easily upgradable
  • Mechanical drive is too slow
  • No CPU overclocking
Our Score 6

Digital Storm Velox (Kaby Lake) Review

  • Attractive, functional custom case
  • Incredibly easy to upgrade
  • Overclocked to 5GHz
  • Great all-around performance
  • Limited room for additional hard drives
  • More expensive than similar competitors
Our Score 8