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 P4020 D

Medion's AKOYA P4020 D touchscreen desktop PC is a well-rounded product: It has a compact, all-in-one case and performs well. We only have a few complaints about its design.

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  • 3rd June, 2010
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Medion
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  • Pros:
  • Compact, good specifications for general computing usage like Web browsing and video playback, good price
  • Cons:
  • Glossy screen picks up a lot of reflections, internal speakers lack clarity and bass at higher volumes, one USB 2.0 port is taken up by the keyboard/mouse receiver, only 32-bit Windows installed by default

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