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Microsoft Surface Studio

The Surface Studio is easily the most attention-grabbing new PC design of the season. It's a 28-inch all-in-one Windows PC, with a screen that folds all the way down to a low drafting table angle of 20 degrees. Add the new Surface Dial accessory for a very unique take on digital art.

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Intel Compute Stick

The Intel Compute Stick is a revolutionary product that puts a full Windows 10 PC, powered by an Intel Atom processor, into a body not much larger than a USB key, all for a very friendly price.

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Origin PC Chronos

This smaller-than-most gaming desktop fits in a VR-ready high-end CPU/GPU combo and liquid cooling, but the coolest extra feature is its four magnetic feet that pop off and can repositioned for horizontal or vertical setups.

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Falcon Northwest Fragbox

This compact powerhouse has reinvented itself over and over again, and the latest version is packed with new components for an unmatched virtual-reality experience, in a chassis that's about a small as any Oculus Rift- or HTC Vive-ready desktop gets.

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Falcon Northwest Tiki

The Falcon Northwest Tiki, a mini-tower desktop that manages to fit in more powerful components and more storage than we've seen in any of the full-size desktops in our VR-ready lineup.

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MSRP: $4,900.00

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Velocity Micro Raptor Z55

If you want a PC for the Oculus Rift or Vive, but without the goofy logos and lights, the minimalist design of this VR-ready PC fades into the background, with a subtle black brushed-metal finish, no flashing lights or crazy angles, and fairly subtle branding.

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Endless Mini

The Endless Mini is a microdesktop that combines a surprisingly sophisticated design and functional but rock-bottom specs with a wealth of preloaded content, much if it educational. That makes it a rare breed -- a computer that still has something to offer without Internet access.

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Acer Predator G1

This is a gaming desktop that doesn't take itself too seriously, and that's a rare thing. Plus, it plays both new 2D and VR games just fine, is reasonably priced, and even has pull-out hangers for your headphones.

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HP Pavillion Wave

This clever concept is almost more of an audio device than a desktop computer. Like the Amazon Echo, which it vaguely resembles, the central mass is largely taken up with a single top-firing speaker, designed for 360-degree sound.

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Cybertron PC CLX Ra

The look of the CLX Ra -- yes, named for the Egyptian deity -- is distinctive, with smoked-glass side panels on a black aluminum chassis, and a large airflow channel cut out underneath.

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MSRP: $5,569.00

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Origin PC Millennium

The best VR and high-end PC game experiences come from a desktop, and among the most flexible, most powerful (and depending on how you configure it, the most expensive) is the Origin PC Millennium.

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Alienware Aurora

This is the smallest Alienware desktop that can handle dual graphics cards, and if you want to start out with a single card and add another later, the traditional side panel screws have been replaced with a simple rear latch, making it easy to access the case interior.

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Razer Deathadder and Gigantus

PC gaming is still all about the mouse, and the $69 Razer Deathadder Elite is a wired mouse with a 16,000dpi sensor and a not-too-giant body. For kicks, I also love the $29 Razer Gigantus mousepad, which is soft and cushioned, and 18-inches square.

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Razer Ornata Chroma keyboard

This big, chunky $99 keyboard has hybrid mechanical/membrane keys, for a soft touch, but also a sharp, accurate click for gaming. And, of course, it lights up in 16.8 million possible colors.

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Apple Magic Trackpad

If you've got an older Magic Trackpad or Magic Keyboard from Apple, an updated model makes a great gift -- completely revamped in 2015, the Trackpad is larger, the keyboard is streamlined, and both have lightning connections.

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