Velocity Micro Gamer's Edge DualX

The velocity certainly isn't micro in this PC, sporting some sexy speeds in gaming and beyond.

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Alienware Aurora M7700

We’ve come to realize that there are two kinds of Maximum PC readers: The first is the standard Joe or Jane who has four desktop machines at home to do all the heavy lifting. For these users, a small, low-power notebook is more than sufficient.

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HP nc6320 Notebook

Hewlett-Packard certainly isn’t known for making high-end gaming notebooks, but the company does know its way around corporate configs. This nc6320 has everything we love in a notebook—including Intel’s popular Core Duo dual-core mobile CPU, but it uses a technology so outdated we dare not speak its name. OK, we’ll say it: onboard video—a parts choice that makes 3D gaming literally impossible.

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Lian Li PC-777 Memorial Edition

The mollusk-modeled styles of Lian-Li PC's houses a not-so-squishy interior and a propensity to speed.

Kingwin SK-523BKW

The stately name wasn't just carelessly picked. The Kingwin is a true king among PC's and is a definite win in our books.

Voodoo Omen a:121 CrossFire

Bring out your inner witchdocter with the suprisingly sexy Voodoo Omen.

MGE Dragon

Despite a valliant attempt, the MGE Dragon falls into the "guy with tribal armband" category of coolness.

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Dell Inspiron E1705

If you’re limited to a notebook PC, you’ve no doubt been wrought with envy as your desktop buddies brag about their dual-core processors. Well, suffer no more! You aren’t stuck with single-core anymore!

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AeonCraft Lexa

Slapping the best components into a snazzy case only gets you so many points. They award points for style, too, you know.