Desktop Computers

Hands-on Review

Hardcore gamers and production software users have something in common: they both rely on beefy, turbo-charged computers to run their favorite programs (whether it’s Premiere Pro, Nuendo, World of Warcraft or otherwise).

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Hands-on Review

When an under-the-desk tower is too imposing and a notebook too cramped, consider an all-in-one desktop computer such as the Dell Inspiron One 2305. Available in three configurations, the 2305 series offers a stylish tabletop system for anyone looking to save space without sacrificing an ample keyboard and full-size screen.

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Buying Guide

Computers come in all shapes and sizes. Some are portable, some are beautiful and some are very powerful. With so many different computers to choose from, selecting the right one can be confusing. This buyer’s guide will help you sort through all the confusion.

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Tips and Solutions

There’s a good chance that some day you’ll want to connect your computer to your big-screen TV to make it easier to share either photos you’ve taken or Internet video with guests. HDMI has become the standard type of high-definition connector found on modern TV sets, and many new computers include an HDMI output. 

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News

Apple announced expansive updates today to its line of MacBook Air and Mac mini computers, as well as releasing a substantially more powerful version of its 27-inch monitor, called the Thunderbolt display.

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News

Who says all-in-one desktop systems can’t be slim and fast? Certainly not Lenovo. The new ThinkCentre Edge 91z all-in-one (AIO) desktop is just 2.5 inches thick, with classy styling that will go well with any décor.

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Hands-on Review

HP has introduced a new pair of wireless, touchscreen "All-in-One" computers to its desktop computer line-up. The base model, the HP TouchSmart 610-1030f, features a 23" HP Multi-Touch Widescreen LCD with 1080p resolving power, LED backlighting, 4GB (2x2GB) RAM, a 750GB 720 rpm hard drive, a 3.2 GHz Intel Core i3-550 dual-core CPU and a SuperMulti DVD burner.

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Hands-on Review

Notebook computers have been stealing the spotlight in the PC proscenium for years now, but desktop systems still have their place in the office. If you need the most powerful system you can buy, are concerned about expansion capabilities, need to use a very large monitor or are worried about notebook computers being stolen, then you need a desktop system.

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Hands-on Review

Capturing and editing video has always involved a blend of high-end equipment, technical expertise and a bit of magic. Anyone with the know-how can buy or put together a powerful computer, and it’s not difficult to install all the required software applications. But the magic comes into play when it’s time to make all the hardware and software work together properly.

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