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Group test: What's the best Windows 8 PC?

Best Windows 8 PCs

 

Cyberpower Infinity Achilles EliteCyberpower Infinity Achilles Elite

  • RatingRated 8 out of 10
  • Reviewed on: 24 October 12
  • RRP: £999 inc. VAT

The Cyberpower Infinity Achilles Elite is a great performer despite using a slightly slower processor.


 

Chillblast Fusion GalaxyChillblast Fusion Galaxy

  • RatingRated 8 out of 10
  • Reviewed on: 23 October 12
  • RRP: £799 inc. VAT

The Chillblast Fusion Gaalxy is a great value Windows 8 multimedia system with everything you need included as standard, including speakers and a high-quality display with touch input.


 

Eclipse Explorer Touch i5357r785Eclipse Explorer Touch i5357r785

  • RatingRated 8 out of 10
  • Reviewed on: 24 October 12
  • RRP: £999 inc. VAT

The Eclipse Explorer Touch i5357r785 is a solid performer that excels at playing Windows games.


 

Arbico QC3578 ProArbico QC3578 Pro

  • RatingRated 8 out of 10
  • Reviewed on: 22 October July 12
  • RRP: £750 inc. VAT

The Arbico QC3578 Pro is a Windows 8 desktop PC with a reasonably sized 120GB SSD that performs very well at gaming.


 

Quiet PC IcePipe A43 Silent PCQuiet PC IcePipe A43 Silent PC

  • RatingRated 7 out of 10
  • Reviewed on: 25 October 12
  • RRP: £1,206 inc. VAT

Quiet PC’s IcePipe A43 Silent PC is unique in that every component has been selected to make the PC silent or as quiet as possible.


 

Braebo Hermes 8Braebo Hermes 8

  • RatingRated 7 out of 10
  • Reviewed on: 22 October 12
  • RRP: £550 inc. VAT

Despite its cut-down features and budget components, the Braebo Hermes 8 delivers good overall performance.


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