If you’re tired of boring desktop designs, be prepared to be wowed with HP’s gorgeous Envy Curved AIO 34. This all-in-one combines modern silicon options with mid-century modern aesthetics, making it a focal point of any desk.
Choosing the right gaming PC can be an overwhelming decision, but thankfully that’s not the case as Acer has configured the Predator Orion 3000 with solid components, delivering competitive performance for its value.
It may try to fill the void left by Apple’s aging Mac Pro, but don’t call Asus’ compact ProArt PA90 workstation a trash can. Though this desktop takes inspiration from the Mac Pro’s minimalist design, it brings its own steam engine-inspired aesthetics and modern internals to the fight.
Apple now has four types of iPads -- the budget iPad, the iPad Mini, the iPad Air, and the iPad Pro. For professionals that are reluctant of the price of the highest-tier iPad Pro, the iPad Air is the tablet to buy.
Digital Storm’s Lynx provides an excellent alternative to gamers who don’t want to build their own gaming PCs. Equipped with powerful hardware and space for two graphics cards, the Lynx is a PC that’s capable of growing with your needs.
The massive, heavy Origin Millennium is a flagship desktop with serious hardware and a price tag to match. It’s no bargain, but its quality and handsome design make a gaming battlestation you’ll want to own.
With the Omen Obelisk, HP opted to forego some of the garish flourishes found on most gaming PCs. This understated gaming desktop comes capable of ray tracing, thanks to Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 2080 graphics.
Packed with dual-Nvidia RTX 2080 Ti graphics card and a 9th-generation Intel Core i9 processor, the Aventum X is an infinitely upgradeable gaming PC that’s capable of far more performance than you’ll ever need.
The Chronos is Origin’s smallest PC, but while it occupies less space than most A/V receivers, it delivers the power of a much larger desktop. Its dull exterior design does the system a disservice. Once you turn it on, you won’t be bored.
Intel’s Next Unit of Computing, or NUC, offers tiny desktops with performance that keeps up with much larger systems, and they’re even affordable. But there’s a catch. You must install your own RAM and hard drive.