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5 Premium Desktops for 2019

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Introduction:

Are you having trouble choosing between all the premium desktops on the market? Many hardware savvy individuals will recommend building your own computer from scratch to save money. However, there are some benefits of purchasing from a traditional OEM manufacturer. Build quality, warranties, and simplicity are some of the many reasons to go this route. Here are 5 of the best premium desktops in 2019.

1. HP Pavilion Wave

Price: $1,081.00

The HP Pavilion Wave has a style all of its own. With its spherical body, it looks a little like a high-end wireless speaker and it actually doubles as one. Even with only a single driver, it’s able to shoot audio out in 360 degrees. This results in powerful audio without needing to plug in external speakers.

It is powered by a quad-core Core i5 processor is only slightly slower than a larger premium desktop version. It rocks an extremely fast 128GB SSD drive and 1TB hard disk. This gives the best of both worlds. Performance for booting and loading programs and disk space with the hard drive. Even with this power, the PC remains quiet in use.

This is a beautiful PC which offers a lot in a small package.

2. Surface Studio 2

Price: $4,199.00

The Surface Studio 2 offers a standout experience. It has more than enough power for most creative tasks but offers one of the best touchscreens on the market for artists to sketch on.

The 28-inch screen allows for plenty of movement to allow for comfortable drawing positions when drawing with it’s dedicated Surface Pen. The screen’s 4500 x 3000-pixel resolution is simply gorgeous display and is just as premium as any iMac.

One drawback for some creative professionals is that you’re limited to a 7th Generation Intel Core CPU here. Unfortunately, there aren’t much little configuration options to modify for your needs either. Because of some of this older hardware, the Studio 2 lags behind some of its competitors for performance. The trade-off is the incredible touchscreen that few can match.

The Surface Studio is a fantastic device for the creatives who need it.

3. Alienware Aurora

Price: $1,499.99

The Aurora is Alienware’s mid-range gaming PC. Keep in mind however when a company specializes in gaming machines, even it’s mid-range offering comes packed with serious performance.

Although there are several configurations for this desktop the best-value comes with a quad-core Core i5-6400 processor and a GTX 1070. However, Dell offers several online customization options such as 256GB SSD and additional hard drives for the secondary slot.

With these specs, you will have a very fast computer which is only a notch or two below the cutting edge. The GeForce GTX 1070 graphics card is very fast and handles 1440p gaming smoothly as well as 4K gaming depending on the title.

If you want to pay up for something faster you can upgrade to a quad-core Core i7 6700 and a GTX 1080 with a 512GB SSD.

This is a great machine all around and will perform perfectly for anyone but the richest of gaming enthusiast who can settle for nothing but the best.

4. Corsair One

Price: 4,799.99

Corsair makes a bold statement to the gaming market with the Corsair One. Even though this is the first premium desktop product line from Corsair they’re off to a great start. It’s extremely powerful while remaining extremely quiet. As performance increases the trade-off is generally noisy fans. Not the case with this classy premium desktop.

Corsair makes a bold statement to the gaming market with the Corsair One. Even though this is the first premium desktop product line from Corsair they’re off to a great start. It’s extremely powerful while remaining extremely quiet. As performance increases the trade-off is generally noisy fans. Not the case with this classy premium desktop.

It comes equipped with top-end Core i7 processor along with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 handling the graphics. The machine should be able to handle Triple-A game titles on High settling and will continue to for the foreseeable future. It is too pricey for most. No getting around that, unfortunately. But the design and the hardware it packs under the hood means you get what you pay for.

5. Apple iMac 2019

Price: $1,295.47

Apple has remained the authority for all-in-one premium desktops computers for years. The aesthetic that Apple has made famous hasn’t changed but they did update some of its internal components to bring the Apple iMac 2019 more in line with its competitors.

iMac is now capable of some of the fastest speeds around thanks to the 8th and 9th gen Intel Core CPU options available. The GPU has been updated also to the top-line AMD Radeon Pro 555X GPU graphics card which plenty powerful for animation and 3D rendering.

The display is still great it but remains unchanged from Apple’s last model, it is still top-notch build quality so you shouldn’t be too concerned. The iMac can either have 21.5-inch 4K or 27-inch 5K display. Both of which offer great color calibration which creative professionals will certainly appreciate.

Although the design is still great it still has room for improvement. The bezel is one aspect that could have been improved rather than toeing the line.

Conclusion:

Rush Tech Support supports a wide range of computers. Unfortunately, like anything mechanical no computer will last forever. We specialize it making sure you get the most longevity possible from your current machine. If you choose to upgrade to one of the premium desktops mentioned above you will be future-proof for years to come. If you need any further advice feel free to give Rush Tech Support a call for a free consultation at 844-880-7874.

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