The Which? top choice Desktop PC of the month
By Michael Passingham
If you're short of time and don't want to browse all our Desktop PC reviews, we've selected a a top-notch model that'll suit most tastes.
The all-in-one PC may have taken the mantel from the humble desktop PC these days as the home computer of choice. However, while an all-in-one PC might be convenient, it won't be as flexible as a desktop PC - you're unlikely to be able to adapt it or make changes, and of course you can choose your own monitor. Picking a desktop PC makes for a much more flexible experience, and can be cheaper, too.
We've picked a great desktop PC from our recent testing, a great all-rounder that is powerful, and has plenty of ports to accommodate your peripherals.
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Which? Top Desktop PCs of the month
This model just went through our labs and we were impressed by its processor and graphics performance. It’s one of the most powerful machines we’ve tested this year and while it isn’t perfect – the screen is merely mediocre – it’s a great choice for someone who wants to edit videos or play games.
Recommendations correct as of July 2018
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