Top PCs of 2010

We list our top-rated and best PCs for the year of 2010

Our top-rated and best performing desktop PCs for home and business use, for the entire year of 2010.

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Medion Akoya E4360 D

Medion's Akoya E4360 D is a desktop PC with plenty of speed; it also has a stack of features and a unique case that includes a built-in mini-USB cable. It's the perfect PC for the home and would suit students and first time buyers. But really, just about anyone who is looking for a PC should head to ALDI on 18 March (the day this model goes on sale) and buy one. It costs only $799 and is one of the best value desktops on the market.

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  • 12th March, 2010
  • Elias Plastiras
  • Medion
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  • Pros:
  • Excellent value, 1TB hard drive, 4GB RAM, eSATA, Gigabit Ethernet, integrated mini-USB cable in case
  • Cons:
  • Front USB 2.0 ports not powered, mini-USB cable hard to retract

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