Packing more power and flexibility than laptops, and more stylish designs than in the past, desktops are still an appealing option. Here are some of our recent favorites along with some free shopping advice.
Thanks to an incredible 4K display and a speedy AMD Ryzen processor, the Dell Inspiron 27 7000 All-in-One is a worthy—perhaps even a superior—alternative to Apple's iMac.
Gamers who admire the HP Omen Desktop's smart-looking case will appreciate that it's configurable to suit a range of budgets and power needs, even if it's not the best blend of price and performance.
The Asus Zen AiO is a capable mid-range all-in-one that makes a good kitchen computer, but it suffers from a subpar display and flimsy peripherals.
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The latest Alienware Area-51 runs on AMD's blistering Ryzen Threadripper for the ultimate in CPU-intensive 4K gaming performance. But for most, this expensive, flashy desktop PC is overkill.
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You'll find more budget laptops these days, but if you need a desktop, you can get a surprisingly powerful one for less than $500. In fact, many of our favorites ring up for less that half that.
Like previous versions, the Dell XPS Special Edition (8930) is a compact and upgradeable multipurpose desktop. But now it's faster than ever thanks to Intel's latest Coffee Lake processor.