We've seen all sorts of PC cases in our time, but few were as big, audacious-looking and as 'sporty' as this. Meet the Coolermaster Cosmos S
This, dear friends, is the "sports" version of the Cosmos 1000.
We like the HAF XM; at AU$149, it gives you huge bang for buck, is well constructed and supports a variety of builds. Recommended.
Typical price: $149.00
At AU$59, it's hard to complain too much about the Elite 120 Advanced's lack of flexibility. A mid-ranged system should be perfectly happy inside it. Still, unless you're space challenged, it's worth springing more cash on BitFenix's Prodigy instead.
Typical price: $59.00
The leading purveyor of PC chips doesn't really think a lot about the desktop anymore.
BMW's DesignworksUSA team reinvents the desktop chassis
Thecus continues its "rough diamond" reputation. It certainly costs less to go Thecus rather than the competition, but it comes with firmware quirks that will ultimately keep it out of the server room.
Typical price: $2,999.00
Crave UK falls in love with a gaming desktop that doesn't require ritual sacrifice of your piggy bank.
Laptops will one day rule the Earth, munching the carcasses of desktops and belching IOMega Zip drives as they go. But until that day, here's a dirt-cheap gaming PC
We like the parts that HP has put together here, including the option to choose either AMD or Intel parts, but the whole could use some work.
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