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1st Place: Cyberpower Infinity Game Qube

This tiny and attractive mini-ITX PC isn't short on power or features. In fact, you would be forgiven for wondering how so much goodness is stuffed into so diminutive a case. With a water-cooled, overclocked CPU and the latest generation nVidia graphics, it's more than up to most games, runs quietly, and is great value to boot; proof positive that bigger isn't always better.

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2nd Place: ASRock Core 100HT-BD

If you're after a great-value HTPC, this is one of the smallest and best-built systems around. It runs quietly enough not to be distracting, and what it lacks in looks it more than makes up for in features, including USB 3.0, Blu-ray and iPhone remote functionality.

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3rd Place: Apple iMac 21.5in (2010)

Still the most attractive all-in-one computer going, if you can't afford or lack the room for its 27in cousin, this is a great introduction to Apple's OS X. It may not be the most ergonomic or feature-rich machine around, but in ease of use, build quality and sheer style it knows no parallel.

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