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Top 3 Desktop PC’s of October 2009

Top 3 Desktop PC's of October 2009

Best Entry-Level Desktop PC: The only thing that is low-end on this model is its price. Other than that, its specs can easily be mistaken for a high-end desktop model. At the time of writing, the Compaq Presario CQ5110F retails for just around $359 each. That’s about the price of a netbook! With that price you get a 2.5Ghz dual core processor, 3GB of RAM and 320GB of storage. Talk about a bargain! This desktop model sports the tradition tower desktop design, making it easy for users to upgrade it in the future. Many tech experts have unanimously voted this model as one of the best desktop models of 2009.

Best High-End Desktop PC: If you are looking for a desktop PC with a little more computing power and more features, the HP Pavilion P6130F may be just the right model for you. This model has a 2.4Ghz quad core processor, 8GB of RAM and a whopping 750GB for storage. It also has a powerful NVIDIA GeForce 9100 graphics card. Considering its specs, it is more than capable for carrying out heavy computing tasks. It even has a 7.1 channel audio output.

Best All-In-One Desktop PC: Since its launch, the HP TouchSmart series has taken the PC world by storm and looks set to give Apple iMac desktops a good run for their money. The HP TouchSmart IQ846 (CPU/display) measure at just 26.18 x 19.45 x 4.33 inches in dimensions. Its 25.5-inch screen is not only a HD display but also a touch screen. This model even comes with Blu-ray player that is a big plus! As of its specs, it has a 2Ghz processor, a 750GB hard drive and 4GB for RAM. This model fares very well whether in terms of design, specs and performance, serving as a refreshing alternative to the Apple iMac desktops (which has remained unchanged for years!).