Desktop PC Reviews

Acer Revo One (RL85-UR52)

Acer Revo One RL85-UR52 (image from Amazon)

Acer Revo One is a fully-capable SFF or small-form-factor desktop. It’s small and compact, about the same size as mini milk carton. But don’t underestimate this SFF PC, as it packs amazing things inside, such as Core i5 processor, supports 4K and 1080p video. 802.11ac Wi-Fi, plus personal cloud software and expandable storage. These specs mean this PC is more than capable of handling everyday media operations like video transcoding. It has twice the storage and system memory than the Apple Mac mini.

For our in-depth review of this PC, click here.

Dell Optiplex 9020 Micro

Dell Optiplex 9020 Micro (image from Amazon)

Dell Optiplex 9020 Micro is a micro mini desktop is marketed as a mid-range business desktop. It packs impressive power and flexibility on its small chassis, as a matter of fact, It is more powerful than many mini PCs in the market today. It’s powered by Intel Core i7, which is perfect for users looking to connect dual monitor or multiple monitors together. Conveniently, it the chassis comes with VESA compliant mounting holes, allowing users to mount the PC under their desk or mount it to the wall.

For our in-depth review of this PC, click here.

Dell Precision Tower 5810

Dell Precision Tower 5810 (image from Amazon)

Dell Precision Tower 5810 is a high-end desktop PC that packs incredibly-powerful10-core Xeon processor with Hyper-Threading with Nvidia Quadro K6000 graphics, with Speedy solid-state drive (SSD) RAID, Thunderbolt 2 card Internal graphics card retention. It’s the perfect computer for professional 3D graphics, rendering CGI animation, architecture, biomedical research, energy explorations, etc. It’s a massive PC tower, which easily explains all the power and high-end specs it packs inside.

For our in-depth review of this PC, click here.

HP Z840 Workstation

HP Z840 Workstation (image from Amazon)

HP Z840 Workstation is one of the more powerful desktops out there. It’s a high-end workstation desktop made for scientific tasks and hypercritical engineering projects that require power. It runs with dual octo-core Intel Xeon processors and Nvidia Quadro K4200 graphics, which makes it convenient for dual monitor and multiple monitor setups for animation, rendering a series of MRI scans, observing how an airplane’s laminar flow in its wing get affected by thunderstorms, etc. This desktop is built for such critical tasks. And with that, it makes an excellent gaming PC, even for 3D gaming. It’s also a massive tower with lots of space for upgrade.

For our in-depth review of this PC, click here.

Acer Chromebox CXI-i38GKM

Acer Chromebox CXI-i38GKM (image from Amazon)

Acer Chromebox CXI-i38GKM comes with decent features and sports improved performance through Intel Core i3-4030U processor and 8GB RAM. It’s a good all-around performer, especially for business-centric purposes such as video conferencing.

For our in-depth review of this PC, click here.

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