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>>Hi, I'm Rich Brown, Senior Editor for CNET.com. Today we're gonna take a look at the Velocity Micro Edge Z15. This is an Editor's choice winning gaming PC. We really like this thing. It's well designed. It's smartly configured. It pretty much shows off what Velocity Micro does best. It's pretty straight forward design. That's one of the things we love about Velocity. Those guys really keep it simple. There's a media card reader on the front, dual air DVD drive right here, you have a couple of options online if you go to configure it. But otherwise it's just a nice, clean looking, powerful looking PC. As you can see the inside looks just as clean as the outside. Everything is bound perfectly, nice and tight. There's no cables flopping around. You could eat lunch in here. It's just a really nice looking PC. There's an overclocked quad-core chip under here, nice big 750 giga hard drive here, 2 mid-range ATI grapher's cards here and 4 gigs of ram. It's a 64 but this is a system, like most PC's these days, and it really delivered strong bang for the buck on our benchmarks. So overall this system is smartly configured, it's well put together. It pretty much delivers on all fronts. [Background music] I'm Rich Brown, this is the Editor's choice winning Velocity Micro Edge Z15.
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