1. Vivadi MM420

    Vivadi MM420

    An impressive newcomer to the Media Centre category, with strong all-round performance

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  2. Chord Electronics Chordette Mogul

    Chord Electronics Chordette Mogul

    Visually and sonically this media centre PC has the goods, but it will make a huge dent in your wallet

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  3. Acer Revo 100

    Acer Revo 100

    Despite its seemingly impressive spec, the Revo 100 doesn't do HD audio and 3D is incompatible with current TVs

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  4. Evolve LifeStation

    Evolve LifeStation

    One of the first media centre PCs to really grab our attention, this classy and capable Evolve looks set to have a bright future

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  5. I.US XPC HDS

    I.US XPC HDS

    This idiot-proof Blu-ray-spinning addition to the brilliant XPC range delivers great performance

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  7. Aurora Elite

    Aurora Elite

    The Aurora Elite is probably the finest media centre PC we’ve seen

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  8. Cyberpower Music Infinity Pro

    Cyberpower Music Infinity Pro

    The Cyberpower Music Infinity Pro is a powerful performer, but it doesn't have the usability home cinema buyers require

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  9. Vivadi MM200

    Vivadi MM200

    If usability and styling issues have put you off PCs in the past, this Vivadi might be the one for you

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  10. I.US XPCHD

    I.US XPCHD

    I.US has cut the prices of its media centre PCs, and the flagship XpcHD uses its Blu-ray drive and surround sound capabilities to full effect

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  11. Vivadi MM100

    Vivadi MM100

    In many ways this is a great example of the way media centres should go

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