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CyberPower’s trademark transparent side panel immediately marks the Gamer Infinity i7 Andromeda out as a gaming PC. It comes with plenty of internal illumination and…
£999 inc VAT
Opting for the Intel Core 2 Duo E8600 CPU is always a safe bet when it comes to PC performance, and the CyberPower Gamer Infinity 850 turned in a creditable 123-point…
£649 inc VAT
Also based on the Core i7 920, CyberPower’s Gamer Infinity i7 Galaxy is a good performer, if not quite as fast as the Arbico or Chillblast.
£1,649 inc VAT
The Cyberpower Ultra Triton SE is a solidly built PC that is more gaming rig than business workhorse.
£499 inc VAT
A 24in AOC LED-backlit display, Logitech stereo speakers (with a subwoofer) and a Lite-On Blu-ray combo drive deliver a comprehensive multimedia experience.
£999 inc VAT
The CyberPower Ultra HTPC is a media PC that offers high performance in a large and somewhat noisy package. Here's our CyberPower Ultra HTPC media PC review.
£749 inc VAT
The CyberPower Ultra Scylla SE could be just what you’re looking for if you’re not hungry for the greatest performance, but prefer a good set of features and…
£699 inc VAT
The CyberPower Essential 3000 is an expensive, albeit fast performance-wise, option for your office PC - this is largely due to it being bundled with Microsoft Office…
£799 inc VAT
The CyberPower Essential 3000 is a complete system with a price of £549 that includes a decent monitor. CyberPower Essential 3000 review.
£549 inc VAT