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Velocity Micro ProMagix E2055

Not every PC has to be a decent gaming box, but regardless, we expect them to be priced appropriately. Velocity Micro's ProMagix E2055 looks great and does well on some tests, but its gaming scores and its overall bang-for-the-buck fall short.

Feb. 26, 2008

3.5 stars Editors' rating Feb. 26, 2008

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Velocity Micro ProMagix E2240

Velocity Micro's ProMagix E2240 is perhaps the fastest preconfigured gaming desktop you can find on store shelves. It might not offer all of the features you want in a PC to anchor your digital lifestyle, but that's not really its point. Instead, this system lives up to its admirable goal of providing solid 3D gaming performance, and also offering room to grow.

Nov. 5, 2007

4 stars Editors' rating Nov. 5, 2007

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Velocity Micro ProMagix A50

Velocity Micro keeps to its performance ethic with this new ProMagix A50 desktop. This PC doesn't have a quad-core chip, nor does it want to serve as the hub of your "digital lifestyle." Instead, it promises fast 3D and overall performance, with room to grow. Dedicated PC gamers will appreciate what this system has to offer.

Oct. 18, 2007

3.5 stars Editors' rating Oct. 18, 2007

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Velocity Micro NoteMagix x25

With fast performance and abbreviated battery life, the Velocity Micro NoteMagix X25 is really only good for buyers who want to use their laptop like a desktop.

Oct. 1, 2007

3.5 stars Editors' rating Oct. 1, 2007

MSRP: $1,800.00

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Velocity ProMagix E2230

Its competition's prices range in all directions, but Velocity Micro's E2230 strikes the right balance of performance, expandability and features. We wonder if the power supply is strong enough to withstand many aftermarket upgrades, but even as is, you'll be happy with this strong midrange desktop.

May. 24, 2007

3.5 stars Editors' rating May. 24, 2007

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Velocity ProMagix E2035

Velocity Micro's PCs are always easy on the eyes, and that trend continues with this midrange gaming model. We have some reservations about its performance for the cost, but if you're inclined toward upgrading you might be willing to forgive that it's a little slow today.

May. 3, 2007

3.5 stars Editors' rating May. 3, 2007

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Velocity Micro CineMagix Grand Theater

Velocity Micro's first full-fledged home theater PC pulls very few punches in providing a complete digital media experience. It's big, it lacks a built-in audio receiver, and it invites PC gaming into the living room, which has never been the best fit. It's also the victim of a few Vista-related growing pains. On balance, though, Velocity Micro has as complete a home theater PC as we've seen.

Feb. 11, 2007

4 stars Editors' rating Feb. 11, 2007

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Velocity Micro NoteMagix L80x Ultra

Velocity Micro brings its performance laptops to select Best Buy retail stores, offering a decent blend of power and price.

Oct. 10, 2006

3 stars Editors' rating Oct. 10, 2006

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Velocity Micro NoteMagix L80 Ultra

While not as impressive as Velocity Micro's desktop systems, the NoteMagix L80 Ultra is still a reasonably priced alternative to high-end Dell and Alienware laptops.

Sep. 26, 2006

3.5 stars Editors' rating Sep. 26, 2006

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Velocity ProMagix E2200

You'll find Velocity Micro's higher-end midrange PC at your local Best Buy, and it's one of the best off-the-shelf PCs around. Dell and HP have slightly better deals online, but if you don't want to wait for shipping, the ProMagix E2200 brings a strong combination of design and capability you won't find from any other in-store PC.

Aug. 29, 2006

3.5 stars Editors' rating Aug. 29, 2006

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