Even though more people use their laptops and mobile to get things done, we still need a desktop for work, designing or editing videos for YouTube or business. Everyone here at the office uses a desktop for work but also has a laptop for personal use or getting the job done on the go.
Here are the best desktop computers for 2019 based on CNET reviews; when it comes to finding the best desktop for your needs, there are a lot of factors to consider. The first decision you need to make is what type of desktop you want.
There are two main types: tower and all-in-one. Buildings offer more flexibility when upgrading and adding features, while all-in-ones are more convenient because they take up less space. Once you’ve decided on the type of desktop, you need to think about what specs are important to you. For example, if you plan on using your desktop for gaming or heavy-duty tasks, you’ll need a model with a high-end processor and lots of RAM.
A model with lower specs will do something for basic tasks like emailing and web browsing. Finally, price is always an important consideration when making any purchase.
7. Intel Compute Stick
This latest Intel Compute Stick features an even faster Core m3 processor and ports for extra devices on its power brick. As a result, the most recent Intel Compute Stick is quite powerful. It improves on previous versions while allowing for effortless on-location setups when you’re not carrying the computer or controller.
6.Origin PC Chronos *
The Origin PC Chronos mini system packs a lot of power into a compact case. This is one of the most efficient ways to get a virtual reality-ready PC, and Origin is known for its world-class client service and support.
The Origin PC Chronos is luxurious, with a compact footprint and meaty specifications. Unfortunately, it is one of the most expensive gaming PCs of the first-generation VR-ready desktop computer series.
5. Apple Mac Mini
The mini MacBook is the least-expensive Macintosh computer, and its performance is on par with other models that only cost twice as much. While its sealed case may limit power users, Apple’s least expensive Mac offers a solid OS X experience in a compact container with somewhat comparable performance to the entry-level MacBook Air and iMac models.
4. Falcon Northwest Tiki
The Falcon Northwest Tiki is the most potent and expensive VR-capable computer we tested. Virtual reality developers, including Oculus, use fleets of Tiki computers to make virtual reality experiences. This system is flexible and forceful, but it does not take much space.
3. Dell XPS 27
The XPS 27 (2017) has a great audio system, especially for all-ones-in-one displays with exceptional colour reproduction. It can also be configured to have decent gameplay and critical VR capability. The XPS 27 (2017) has a great audio system, especially for all-ones-in-one displays with exceptional colour reproduction. It can also be configured to have decent gameplay and critical VR capability.
2. HP Envy Curved All-in-One
Designed with an expansive pairing display and a high-quality sound system, the 2017 edition of HP’s laptop computer also features welcome touches such as a Qi-compatible charging pad. Winning design and excellent sound system highlight HP’s cutting-edge re-imagining of the HP Envy Curved AIO 34 for 2017.
1. Apple iMac
This colour-accurate 27-in iMac’s 5K display remains the finest we’ve seen to date in an all-in-one, and performance is excellean nt addition, two boosted. Two USB-C Thunderbolt connectors can fuel more external displays and faster data transfers. The already impressive 27-in iMac gains significant spec upgrades for 2017, but Windows machines have better colour accuracy.