In case you were dying to drop $4,000 on a really smokin' desktop PC, Sony's RT series might be the hardware for you, with it's 8 GB of RAM, 1 Terabyte of storage, an Intel Quad Core processor and a Blu-ray burner.
Look below the cut for the written review from Attack of the Show.
What You Need to Know
- It's only about 9" thick with the stand and all the ports are on the side, which makes its size just as convenient as the HP All-in-One we saw a few days ago
- The difference is really only in appeal; this one looks much cleaner and is not as bulky as the HP
- It has a huge 25" screen and HDMI ports
- It displays full HD 1920 x 1200 resolution
- Sony's X-Bright technology makes the screen incredibly vivid
- Colors might look a little soft but overall everything is gorgeous
- It also has HDMI and Coaxial inputs as well as HDMI output, so it can act as your Blu-ray player, cable DVR, etc.
- The machine has 8 GB of RAM and a Quad Core processor
- It scored about 4,400 points in the PCMark Vantage tests, but for what this computer has in it, that's only middle of the line
- On the plus side, the Blu-ray burner worked right out of the box
- It is not worth the price
- Back in October, we reviewed a desktop PC from iBUYPOWER and that scored 1,000 points higher in our PCMark Vantage tests, and it's only $1,800
- 70% (how do we rate gadgets?)