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Aria Gladiator Inferno
Aria Gladiator Inferno review

The Gladiator Inferno is built with top-notch components, but it’s expensive

£1600 inc VAT
Aria GLADIATOR i5-Predator GTX
Aria GLADIATOR i5-Predator GTX review

Powerful in its base specification and with upgrades to make it a monster PC, but we're not keen on the i5-Predator's monitor option

£915 inc VAT
Aria Gladiator Infinity 7790
Aria Gladiator Infinity 7790 review

The Xeon processor is unusual and quick, but this PC is outclassed by same-priced rivals

£700 inc VAT
Aria Gladiator Inspire 3670K
Aria Gladiator Inspire 3670K review

It has plenty of extras, such as Wi-Fi and a Blu-ray drive, but it suffers from poor Windows performance

£523 inc VAT
Aria Gladiator Inspire 3300
Aria Gladiator Inspire 3300 review

For undemanding users on a budget, this is a great-value choice

£420 inc VAT
Aria Proteus Mirage GTK Family PC
Aria Proteus Mirage GTK Family PC review

This is a great all-round entertainment PC, but it's not quite the best you can get for the money

£850 inc VAT
Aria Gladiator Proteus 550
Aria Gladiator Proteus 550 review

Aria's choice of an AMD processor means it can add some interesting extras, but performance suffers, power drain is excessive, and the Edge10 monitor is disappointing

£550 inc VAT
Aria Proteus Anubis HDK
Aria Proteus Anubis HDK review

Aria has included some flashy features, such as an SSD for faster booting, but we’d have preferred a bigger monitor instead.

£999 inc VAT
Aria Proteus Vision
Aria Proteus Vision review

AMD Fusion is perfect for a media centre PC, but this little computer from Aria is a bit too big to fit the bill.

£450 inc VAT
Aria Proteus Inspire
Aria Proteus Inspire review

The budget AMD processor limits performance and it lacks a dedicated graphics card, but this is still one of the cheapest Blu-ray-equipped PCs available

£512 inc VAT