Where other PC magazines focus on its potential as a gaming machine or devote themselves exclusively to the technical nitty gritty of the hardware and its potential in businesses of various kinds, Maximum PC steps up to deliver the maximum on both sides, giving you the chance to harness everything these versatile machines can do to the very best effect.
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Whether you want to dual screen, to print photographs at professional quality, render complex 3D scenes, compose and synthesize music, edit digital video, or just look up recipes and print off flyers for your school's bake sale, the hardware you do it on and the software you do it with can make a spectacular difference. At the same time, nobody wants to overspend and buy an expensive machine the upper limits of which will never be put to the test.
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