For users on a budget, the Dimension 3100 has most of its bases covered despite there being alternatives that provide superior value for money.
The TouchSmart 520 doesn't achieve anything that TouchSmarts before it haven't already. Still, unimpressive touch capability aside, it makes a decent all-in-one touch product worth checking out if the size and price fit your needs.
While we fervently await the day when physics allows Alienware to cram in a more powerful GPU, the X51 stands tall as a great, space conscious gaming rig that would work well at either your desk or in the lounge room.
The TouchSmart series continues to wither away potential as a viable touch device. Still, the new near-horizontal mode will no doubt grab the attention of those who intend to develop custom apps around it.
While Acer points to the Veriton 1000 for corporate rollouts, the quietness, form factor and features of the L460 are perfect for the small business market.
Thanks to 1080p output, TV tuner, Blu-ray player and wall mount, the new TouchSmart blurs the distinction between television and computer even further.
BenQ's nettop looks affordable on the surface, but you're still paying a premium for a low-powered desktop machine.
Acer's AC100 is definitely aimed at the server crowd with its Xeon and ECC RAM. We think Acer's missed an opportunity to service the enthusiast crowd though, as HP has done with its Proliant N40L.
Dell's take on the all-in-one looks great, but doesn't quite perform as well as we'd like.
The Aspire aspires to be one half media center, one half desktop PC, and it’s ultimately one half as compelling as a result.
The HP Omen X builds a powerful gaming desktop with smart ergonomics into a bold but expensive statement piece.
While others have tried and failed, the iMac is still king of the hill when it comes to all-in-ones. All that's left to ask for is faster external storage and better SSDs, but for now it still comes highly recommended.
For work-at-home folks who spend a lot of time on calls, can hook up to wired internet and use mostly official Microsoft/Windows 10 communication tools, this compact enterprise system offers some useful features.
Microsoft's ambitious love letter to creative professionals is the touchscreen iMac of your dreams -- albeit crazy expensive and running Windows.
The HP Pavilion m8095a is a versatile-looking system which is designed to integrate into the loungeroom or act as a multimedia desktop.
The Toshiba Qosmio DX730 simply doesn't do well enough for the asking price. HP's Touchsmart 520 is a better quality product — and AU$400 cheaper.
It won't thrill any Apple fans into not buying an iMac, but HP's latest all-in-one is quietly powerful at an acceptable price point.
While the higher power consumption is a slight concern, the X4 955 proves that AMD is back in the performance game and ready to play hard ball. Bring on the next generation.