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.
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