You know one thing that never gets old? Winning Editors’ Choice awards. Special thanks to the Editors of PC Magazine for naming our Vector Z25 their top choice for midrange desktops.
For those of you keeping score, this is our 17th Editors’ Choice award from PC Magazine alone, a record amongst all PC manufacturers in the US.
“The Velocity Micro Vector Z25 ($999 list) is a midtower PC with all the goods. It comes from a company that knows how to build a very good PC with a great bang for the buck, and it succeeds again with the Vector Z25, which earns the Editor’s Choice winning midrange desktop PC. It has the power to quickly complete multimedia tasks (photo and video), while keeping a little in reserve for moderate to hardcore gaming. It’s the kind of PC that you would’ve paid $2,500 for in the old days, and for that type of user it comes highly recommended.”
To read the full review in all it’s glory, click here.
To configure your own award winning Vector Z25 and learn what all the fuss is about, click here.
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