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.
The Origin Neuron is a stellar gaming machine with practically unrivaled gaming power housed in an elegant design. It's our top pick for high-end gaming desktops.
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.
For a reasonable price, the new Dell XPS Tower delivers fast speed and gaming performance in a package that's compact, easily accessible, and has room for upgrades.
Add some accessories, and the Raspberry Pi Zero W is a full PC for pocket change, but its potential for DIY electronic projects is its real draw.
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.
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.
The HP Z2 Mini G3 is an ISV-certified workstation in a package that's smaller than a shoe box. It's an ideal choice for professionals who need plenty of power, but don't have much desk space.
The Raspberry Pi 3 is known to be capable of running at burning hot temperatures, making this case well worth considering.
Whether you're working or playing, your keyboard is an integral part of your desktop setup. Our buying advice and top-rated reviews will help you find a keyboard you'll love.