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Packard Bell oneTwo L I7526

The Packard Bell oneTwo L I7526 is a decent option for those who fancy a touchscreen PC with an integrated TV tuner, but don't want to spend a fortune. It offers good performance, inoffensive looks, passable sound quality and a big, 23-inch screen.

Acer Aspire Z5763

If you want an all-in-one PC with 3D capability, the Acer Aspire Z5763 is currently one of the few options available. It offers an excellent screen and good performance, but it's pricey and has some design shortcomings that dent its appeal.

Apple iMac 27-inch

Apple's refreshed iMac isn't very ambitious, but it's still the most attractive, elegant and eminently usable all-in-one computer out there. It's extremely expensive compared to its Windows rivals, but the iMac is great fun to use.

Sony Vaio L series

We're looking forward to giving the Sony Vaio L series machines the full review treatment. Their touch-sensitive bezel, large display and powerful hardware mean we're cautiously optimistic about these PCs.

Dell Inspiron Zino HD 410

The tiny Dell Inspiron Zino HD 410 may not be hugely exciting, but it will do a decent job of handling your media, without taking up much space.

Apple iMac 2010

We found the port selection and placement a little irksome, but this 21.5-inch Apple iMac, complete with 3.06GHz Core i3 processor, is a beautifully crafted machine. It offers solid performance and a bright, vivid display.

MSI Wind Top AE2400

The MSI Wind Top AE2400 PC is a little on the pricey side, but it does offer great performance and a huge range of connectivity options for your dosh.

Gateway DS50

The Gateway DS50 desktop PC will serve you well when it comes to office tasks. Our configuration is unlikely to set your pulse racing, but it's quick and has a decent specification for the price.

Dino PC Mini Carnivore HTPC

The Dino PC Mini Carnivore HTPC is fast, relatively quiet and makes a pretty good home-theatre computer

Samsung U250

There's nothing really wrong with the Samsung U250 besides its annoyingly reflective screen. But there are much cheaper machines on the market that offer more features, making the U250 hard to recommend

Apple Mac mini 2010

The new Apple Mac mini has shot up in price, but it's also more attractive, more powerful and more capable than ever. If you're looking for a small machine that makes a fabulous all-rounder, and you're not affected by the economic downturn, then get involved

Advent MT22

An annoyingly reflective screen hampers enjoyment of the MT22, and we wish it was a little more powerful, but for under £600 this is a good-looking, high-resolution beast with a sprinkling of tempting extras and a winning touch-interface

Medion Akoya P4011 D

On the whole, the Medion Akoya P4011 D is an attractive and capable all-in-one PC. It's slightly too slow for our liking, though, and we're not convinced that waving your arms about like Tom Cruise in Minority Report represents the future of computing. But, if you're looking for a next-generation desktop PC that doubles as a telly, it could be right up your street

Apple iMac 27-inch, unibody, 2009

With a 3.06GHz Intel Core 2 Duo CPU, the 27-inch Apple iMac that we reviewed doesn't offer a dramatic increase in speed compared to previous models, but the LED-backlit display and specification tweaks are still very welcome. Unless your current iMac is on its last legs though, we'd be inclined to wait and see what the upcoming quad-core version of the 27-inch iMac offers

ViewSonic VPC100

The ViewSonic VPC100 is a larger-than-normal nettop, but that's where the excitement stops. Everything else about this machine is standard fare. We'd only recommend it if a relatively large display is a requirement

Acer AspireRevo R3600

The Acer AspireRevo R3600 is the most versatile nettop we've tested to date. Aided by its Nvidia ION chipset, it's capable of playing games and running 1080p movies. Ultimately, it's very good value for anyone that requires a cheap second PC

Advent AIO-101

The Advent AIO-101 is an attractive, well-rounded all-in-one PC. It's not the smallest of its type, but it's simple to operate, relatively well-equipped and is suitable for a variety of uses

Shuttle X Vision X50

The Shuttle X Vision X50 could have been a pretty good all-in-one PC but it lets itself down due to an unresponsive touchscreen that makes double-clicking a nightmare. Only buy this machine if hammering a display in frustration is your idea of a good time