Velocity Micro Vector SX-V Video
This looks like a textbook computer, but an overclocked CPU is just one of the boutique PC surprises in the Velocity Micro Vector Campus Edition.
Velocity Micro's Vector Holiday Edition offers one of the best deals we've ever seen in a mainstream PC. For under $1,000, this system provides a Blu-ray drive, overachieving speed, and room to grow in an attractive, well-built package. We enthusiastically recommend this system to anyone looking for a fast, affordable computer.
As much as we like the look and feel of Velocity Micro's Vector Campus Edition desktop, we can't recommend it. It suffers from poor bang-for-the-buck, a lack of configurable options, and a narrow upgrade path.
Great call quality and a rock-bottom price make the Samsung Chrono a bargain for those who want just the essentials.
M-Audio's Studiophile AV 40 is a PC speaker for music lovers who care more about sound quality than compact size or rock-bottom pricing.
Velocity Micro's Edge Z15 represents one of the best deals we've seen this year in midrange gaming PCs. It has all the power necessary to play current games (even 'Crysis') at smooth frame rates, and its clean, spacious interior gives you plenty of upgrade room. We recommend this system to any PC gamer looking for a sub-$2,000 desktop.
The TravelMate 2355LCi has enough power for basic productivity work, and you can't beat its rock-bottom price--but its battery life is well below average.
The Samsung Q2 offers excellent bang for your buck thanks to its rock-bottom pricing, plentiful features, lovely screen, and solid sound quality.
Get a first look at Velocity Micro's new gaming computer in action.
Those looking for an entry-level phone at a rock-bottom price should consider the ZTE Salute.