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Alienware Aurora gaming desktop has scary motorised vents

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Alienware has gone all-out with some pimpin refreshes to both the design and the technology of its high-end Aurora gaming desktops

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ViewSonic VOT550: Itsy-bitsy Blu-ray PC

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Heads up, home-cinema fans, weve just got our grubby mitts on the ViewSonic VOT550 a Blu-ray playing PC so small it could hang-glide on a Dorito

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Packard Bell debuts EasyNote DT85, oneTwo M and L all-in-ones and dot m/u netbook

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Packard Bell has given its desktop, laptop and netbook lines a primp and polish with the launch of the oneTwo M and L, EasyNote DT85 and dot m/u

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HP Pavilion All-in-One MS214: No touching

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The HP Pavilion All-in-One MS214 packs everything into one shell, but without the touchscreen of its bigger brothers. At least that keeps the price down

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Dell Studio XPS 8000: Intel to the Core

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Dell has ordered a whole fistful of Intels new Core i7 and Core i5 CPUs and jammed them in a new addition to its desktop line-up, the curvy Studio XPS 8000

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MSI Windtop AE2400 hands-on photos

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An all-in-one desktop computer just gave us an enormous, sweaty happy. MSIs Windtop AE2400 is a Windows 7-powered Intel Core 2 Quad monster with a 24-inch 1080p touchscreen

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ViewSonic VPC100 review

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If youre looking for a cheap second PC, ViewSonics VPC100 nettop is worth considering. It lacks a touchscreen and its performance isnt anything to get wildly excited about, but its wireless capabilities are good and it sports a relatively large 18.5-inch display

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Dell Studio XPS 435 review

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Sporting Dells strongest chassis design in years, our Studio XPS 435 review sample overcame our bias against jack-of-all-trades desktops. Its missing a few features, such as a second graphics card slot, but its decent performance means its a good machine overall

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Dell Studio One 19 review

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The 18.5-inch Studio One 19 brings some good ideas to the all-in-one-PC table, including an optional touchscreen. Were not massive fans of its appearance, but, if youre looking for a desktop PC that takes up relatively little space, is easy to set up and reduces cable clutter, its well worth a look

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Photos: 2TB Buffalo LinkStation Quad tested as a Time Capsule

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Buffalos LinkStation is not just a box with up to 8TB of hard disk space for every computer on your home network. Its also a fully functioning Time Machine backup device for your Mac

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