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  1. Scan 3XS Mirage AIO245 review

    Scan 3XS Mirage AIO245 review

    8 Great Value award  

    Scan's first all-in-one offers a range of affordable upgrades, but can it compete with established iMacs and Dells?

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    Scan 3XS Z77 Performance GTK3 review

    Scan 3XS Z77 Performance GTK3 review

    8  

    We may not agree with the specs list, but you can't argue with the way its put together or the level of service.

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    Scan 3XS Performance GTX review

    Scan 3XS Performance GTX review

    8  

    With a GTX 680 humming away inside this rig has been 100% designed with a focus on gaming. We can't help but applaud that.

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    Scan 3XS Vengeance review

    9  

    We're not entirely sure who Scan Computers is aiming to exact its vengeance upon with this rig, but by the numbers the 3XS Vengeance is producing it's a pretty safe bet it's going to manage it.

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    Scan Edge i7 barebones kit review

    Scan Edge i7 barebones kit review

    6  

    Everything you need to get on the Core i7 bandwagon, but is this package good value for money?

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    Scan 3XS Cyclone review

    Scan 3XS Cyclone review

    9  

    This gaming PC packs an OC'd Core i7 and a GTX 480 for blisteringly fast gaming

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    Scan 3XS i3 OC review

    Scan 3XS i3 OC review

    9  

    A stylish mix of stunning usability, resilient build quality and ample mobility

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    Scan 3XS P55 OC review

    Scan 3XS P55 OC review

    9  

    Sub £1,000 desktop PC with Windows 7 pre-installed, so where's it going wrong?

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    Scan 3XS NF5/7950 review

    Scan 3XS NF5/7950 review

    8  

    The world of PC performance is shifting at this very moment, with the balance swinging from one super power to the other. While the battle for processor supremacy still rages, companies are trying to make a buck from the kit that already exists

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