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.
The $1,200 Titan Xp is a behemoth for those who need the absolute maximum GPU power that Nvidia has to offer, a group that will soon include Mac users.
With 4K- and VR-capable components, the MSI Aegis Ti3 is powerful enough for intense gaming, but the bold design of this desktop PC might not appeal to everyone.
While VR has yet to take off beyond gaming, there's a big push at HP for some intriguing business solutions, including a new VR backpack workstation.
The Shift X has a footprint of just 170-by-274mm, but a height of 650mm. You can also lay it flat like a soundbar under your TV.
This configuration of the Velocity Micro Raptor Z95 will cost you, but you'll get top-notch components and blistering, best-in-class performance for media creation and 4K gaming.
The reduction in thickness is thanks to a lack of ports, and there's also a 3D printed custom case design available to house it.
With more power and flexibility than laptops, and much more stylish designs than in the past, desktops still make sense. Here are some of our recently tested favorites in a variety of form factors and price points.
Planning to keep your new iMac for a long time? You'll be able to upgrade its CPU and memory with a bit of elbow grease.