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  • Dino PC Minisaur E350 mini PC review

    A good value for money mini PC, the Dino PC is cheap but slow. Find out more in our Dino PC Minisaur E350 review.

    £269 inc VAT

    Score - 6 out of 10

  • Dino PC Plutosaur 2500 review

    With 8GB of memory installed, Dino PC’s Plutosaur 2500 has double the RAM of any of the competition and delivered the fastest score in our WorldBench 6 speed test.

    £499 inc VAT

    Score - 7 out of 10

  • DinoPC Plutosaur 540 review

    DinoPC’s Plutosaur 540 budget desktop PC delivers good Windows performance, and gaming framerates more than double those of the competition in our tests.

    £499 inc VAT

    Score - 7 out of 10

  • DinoPC Plutosaur 650 review

    The only system in the chart to feature a Core i5 processor, DinoPC’s i5-650-powered Plutosaur 650 budget desktop PC benefits from Turbo Boost.

    £499 inc VAT

    Score - 7 out of 10

  • Dino PC Plutosaur 2400 review

    With decent components and a better-than-average monitor, the Dino PC Plutosaur 2400 is a solid business-focussed PC.

    £499 inc VAT

    Score - 7 out of 10

  • Dino PC Synergy 4430

    Dino PC's Synergy 4430 comes with a high-quality ergonomic 23-inch monitor, 1 TB of storage and a good warranty. Read our Dino PC Synergy 4430 review to find out more.

    £569 inc VAT

    Score - 7 out of 10

  • Dino PC Magmadon GTX 750 TI budget gaming PC review

    The Dino PC Magmadon GTX 750 Ti is a good value gaming PC for those who can't afford the budget-busting Scan 3XS Performance GT and you want to stick to officially…

    £599 inc VAT

    Score - 9 out of 10

  • Dino PC Elmisaur 2400 review

    Dino PC has selected a slightly slower Core i5 chip than our top two systems for its Elmisaur 2400: Intel's 3.1GHz i5-2400. And yet it managed the same 159-point…

    £719 inc VAT

    Score - 7 out of 10

  • Dino PC Elmisaur 2600 review

    Featuring the only Core i7 processor in the £750 desktop PC category, Dino PC’s Elmisaur 2600 stormed our WorldBench 6 speed test with 167 points.

    £725 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10

  • DinoPC Elmisaur 760 review

    With the best all-round spec in the group, DinoPC’s Elmisaur 760 desktop PC delivers excellent performance and still costs £14 less than the competition.

    £735 inc VAT

    Score - 9 out of 10

  • DinoPC Elmisaur 750 OC review

    DinoPC's Elmisaur 750 OC desktop PC uses a quad-core Intel Core i5-750 processor overclocked to 3.4GHz to produce a stunning performance score.

    £739 inc VAT

    Score - 7 out of 10

  • Dino PC Elmisaur 2500K review

    With a better processor, motherboard and graphics card, plus a fantastic 24in Iiyama screen, Dino PC's Elmisaur 2500K desktop PC is a vast improvement over its…

    £749 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10

  • Dino PC Raging Lizard V2 review

    The Dino PC Raging Lizard V2, formerly known as the Raptor GTX 750 Ti (H97), is a compact gaming PC offering a tidy array of well picked components. It's a good value…

    £749 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10

  • Dino PC Raging Lizard review

    The Dino PC Raging Lizard is a very fast family PC, featuring the latest Intel processor and incorporating a highly-specified motherboard. Read our Dino PC Raging…

    £799 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10

  • Dino PC Ravenous 2600 B3 review

    The Dino PC Ravenous 2600 B3 PC is housed in a quirky-looking Zalman system case. Its asymmetric details carve out 'Z' shapes at the front and side, where a…

    £949 inc VAT

    Score - 7 out of 10

  • Dino PC Ravenous 2600 review

    Dino PC’s Ravenous 2600 desktop PC is blazingly fast, but compromises have been made to achieve that speed.

    £999 inc VAT

    Score - 7 out of 10

  • Dino PC Ravenous 2600K review

    In a category filled with similar PCs, the Dino PC Ravenous 2600K stands out for its Z68 chipset and for having the fastest single-card graphics solution here.

    £999 inc VAT

    Score - 9 out of 10

  • DinoPC Fermisaur 870 review

    The only PC in this group test not to plump for a Core i7-950 processor and an X58-chipset-based motherboard, the DinoPC Fermisaur is powered by a Core i7-870 CPU and…

    £999 inc VAT

    Score - 7 out of 10

  • Dino PC Microraptor GTX 770 review

    The Dino PC Microraptor, delivers excellent performance for the price thanks to the combination of Intel Core i5-4670K overclocked to 4.3 GHz and nVidia GeForce…

    £999 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10

  • Dino PC Fermiodon review

    Dino isn’t a big name in the PC industry. But if you want to make a big impression, a PC like the Fermiodon seems a pretty effective route to the top.

    £1,145 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10

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