Tablets, PCs, and E-Readers: Best of 2010

Important tablets such as the Apple iPad and the Samsung Galaxy Tab grab the glory here

By Editors, PC World |  Hardware, Apple, Galaxy Tab

Graphics board; $200 Seeking well-priced, high-caliber performance for work or play? nVidia may have been a little late to the DirectX 11 game, but the GTX 460 offers great graphics at a great price. (#32)

nVidia GeForce GTX 460 coverage | nvidia.com

Origin Genesis Midtower

Desktop; $3600 This overclocked sensation may be pricey, but few can top its blistering performance. Liquid cooling helps protect the processor without using noisy fans, while the case allows plenty of room for future upgrades. (#33)

Origin Genesis Midtower review | originpc.com

AMD Phenom II X6 1090T

Processor; $280 It may not be the fastest six-core processor, but with a price tag that's $700 lower than the competition, AMD's CPU brings hexacore performance to the masses. (#39)

AMD Phenom II X6 1090T coverage | amd.com

Maingear F131

Desktop; $2000 This PC focuses on one thing: speed. Inside the roomy, laser-etched chassis are an overclocked processor and a pair of beefy nVidia graphics cards. The system delivered the best performance we've seen at its price point to date. (#57)

Maingear F131 review | maingear.com

ATI Radeon HD 5870

Graphics board; $400 AMD's 5870 offers some of the best performance you'll find in a single GPU, at a respectable price point. The competition may hit a little closer to the mark on graphics, but the 5870 is still the card to beat. (#58)


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