Browsing: DESKTOP REVIEWS

If you are looking for a powerful but affordable computer solution, you might want a desktop. They usually have better capacity and are cheaper than laptops. On the other hand, desktops can’t be carried around. Choice is yours, I help you find a solution below.

Intel’s Next Unit of Computing (NUC) mini desktop computers have been around for a while, since 2013 to be precise, when Sandy Bridge Celeron processors were the in-thing. Over time, we’ve seen them grow into bigger systems in terms of performance, connectivity, and even size…
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Not always do you bump into a desktop PC that subtly balances affordability and performance, the Acer Aspire AT3-710-UR52 does exactly that. With a speedy sixth-generation Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of memory, a bit of room for expansion, and Wi-Fi (a rarity among budget…
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The HP ENVY 750-420 is one of those midrange desktop PCs that works very well now, and have potential to grow through upgrades into a great system later. It is already equipped with a quad-core Intel Core i7 processor, 8GB memory, AMD Radeon HD R7…
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The Acer Aspire ATC-780-AMZi5 packs discernible power into a good-looking small-form factor (SFF) chassis, alongside some real-estate to grow into something big. For anyone on a budget, a speedy sixth-generation Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB memory and 2TB of storage are hard to pass by.…
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The Dell XPS x8900-2506BLK is a midrange desktop PC that strikes the sweet spot between power, features and price. Personally, I have never liked the term prosumer, but this system practically screams it. Positioned between Dell’s Inspiron line of value desktops and the more expensive…
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The Acer Aspire ATC-780-UR61 is among those few budget desktop computers that pop out of nowhere, but comes with solid components that are hard to pass-by. For instance, this system boasts a speedy sixth-generation Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB memory, some room for expansion, and…
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