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Thinking of buying a new gaming system? A bit confused about which one to get? It’s all good. We’ve got you!

We’ve compiled a list of the best of the best suitable gaming PCs and phones on the market. Whether you’re looking for the biggest and best device to the one you know is suitable for your budget, we’ll show you which ones are the best to use for all your online gaming needs.

Top 5 PC’s

Let’s start with PCs. Here are the top 5 we recommend to produce the best gaming experience.

1. Origin Millennium

The fully customizable PC offers any motherboard, orientation and components of your choice. Since 2014, Origin was one of the first PC builders to produce their own cases and four years later breathed new life into them by producing their own custom chassis with tempered glass and aluminium. But bear in mind that none of these customisations is cheap and it’s probably cheaper going DIY. The Millennium stacks against the rest even though it has roughly the same intel as to the others, as it has an additional two (not one!) Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti graphics cards and 22GB of video memory. The timespy is said to be at least 7,000 points higher than most high-performance PCs. Supposedly, if you had twice the graphics moving at a rate of over 100 frames per second, then you would own the ultimate gaming system for 2019! So admittedly, this PC was built to outperform all PC’s making it the best gaming system on the market!


Price: $2,900 – 6,000 AUD Specs: 

  • CPU: 3.7GHz Intel Core i7-8700K (hexa-core, 12MB cache, up to 4.7GHz)
  • Graphics: 2 x Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti (11GB GDDR5X VRAM; SLI); Intel UHD Graphics 630
  • RAM: 16GB G.Skill TridentZ RGB (DDR4; 3,000MHz)
  • Storage: 512GB Samsung 960 Pro SSD (NVMe M.2); 3TB ‘Origin PC approved’ hard drive.

  • Incredibly powerful PC.
  • Exceptional graphics and stealth.
  • Beautifully designed

  • DIY is a lot cheaper.

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2. Corsair One i160

According to, the best PC on the market in the Corsair One i160. This incredibly powerful PC plays games to the next level with its Nvidia Turning graphics whilst maintaining 4K gaming with ease. This gaming company has been rolling around in the gaming industry for only a few years receiving nothing but high praise and expert quality gaming entertainment. Hence, why it holds the No. 2 spot.

Price: $5,700 – 6,200 AUD Specs: 

  • CPU: Intel Core i9-9900K
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti
  • RAM: 16GB – 32GB
  • Storage: 480GB SSD & 2TB HDD

  • Super quick
  • Sleek yet minimalistic design.

  • Incredibly expensive (but you get what you pay for!)

3. Alienware Aurora R7

At a close third is the Alienware Aurora R7, though not as good as the Corsair, however, it is one of the very few gaming consoles that offer upgrades with no tools involved. Its size is about the same as what you’d expect for a gaming tower with 6 USB ports and 1TB drive – it’s enough to set up your own army.

Price: Anywhere between $1,700 – 6,000 AUD, depending on which generation you want. Specs: 

  • CPU: Intel Core i5-9400 – i9-9900K
  • Graphics: AMD Radeon RX 560X – Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti
  • RAM: Up to 64GB
  • Storage: 1TB HDD – 2TB SSD, 2TB HDD

  • Powerful drive.
  • Plays games effortlessly

  • Fan noise
  • Not very affordable.

4. HP Omen PC

Just like the Alienware, this beauty also has toolless access meaning easy upgrades. suggests this PC is not just based on accessibility but also thrives on performance, however, it lacks in storage and can easily run out of space. The setup takes roughly five minutes which also suggests this console was built for a less competitive gamer.

Price: $1,800 – 2,300 AUD Specs: 

  • CPU: Intel Core i7-8700 – i7-9700K
  • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Ti – RTX 2080 Ti
  • RAM: Up to 64GB
  • Storage: 1TB HDD – 512GB SSD + 2TB HD

  • Easy tooless access
  • Fast Setup
  • More affordable

  • Sometimes feels slow.

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XPS means Xtreme Performance System and, boy, does it deliver. According to, since the first two versions were introduced in 1993, the DELL XPS has been one of the highest performing PCs on the market. Fast forward 26 years later, and now it has some fierce competition with the introduction of highly competitive brands such as Alienware, Corsair and Origin. Like their competitors, this PC was designed to be versatile both in work and in gaming life.

Unlike the other three previous, this 9th Gen Intel has only entry-level configurations making it difficult to upgrade at times which is perfectly understandable considering it’s a family unit. But if you’re after something nice and simple including awesome sound (Waves MaxxAudio ®️), a three heat – pipe system with K-SKU’s (optional) and thermal- controlled fans, then the XPS is the way to go.

Price:  $1,200 – 2,300 AUD Specs: 

  • CPU: Intel Core i7 (4th Gen) 4770 / 3.4 GHz
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 645
  • RAM: 16 GB
  • Storage: HDD SATA 6Gb/s + 2 TB

  • Compatible with a family unit.
  • Reasonable quality & affordability.
  • Plenty of space.

  • Locked processor
  • Noisy fans.

Top 5 Gaming Phones

From PCs to something a little more compact. Of course, you can’t carry around a PC and monitor everywhere you go, so if you after a gaming console you can put in your pocket, then smartphones are the way to go. The smartphones also have specs, price, pros and cons so that you understand which one best suits you and your gaming needs.

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Google Pixel 3 XL:

Predominantly the fastest Android-powered smartphone on the market, which uses Snapdragon 845, helps gamers perform at their peak. It’s incredibly useful when playing battery draining games, though mentions that Google may have put more effort into graphics performance rather than processing speeds. If you’re looking for a top of the range phone to handle all of your gaming needs, look no further than Google Pixel 3 XL.

Price:   $900 – 1100 AUD Specs: 

  • CPU: Pixel Core Snapdragon 845
  • Storage: 64GB
  • Memory: 4GB
  • Screen size: 6.30 inches
  • Resolution: 1440×2960 pixels
  • Battery: 3430 mAh
  • Size: 158.00 x 76.70 x 7.90
  • Weight: 184.00 g
  • Operating system: Android 9.0

  • Incredibly fast.
  • Awesome graphics.

  • Processing speed lacks.
  • Not a lot of storage

Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Seeing is believing with the Note 9, she packs a lot of memory not to mention the RAM of up to 8 GB making it twice as fast as the iPhone XS Max but still not as good as the Google 3 XL. This phone has only been around for a short while and is still by far one of the best phones for gaming. The only thing that lags is the refresh which can be time-consuming especially if you’re in the middle of defeating your opponent. Other than that, the Note 9 offers a gaming experience sure to be impressive amongst the competitive gamers.

Price:    $1,499 – 1,799 AUD Specs: 

  • CPU: Octacore Qualcomm Snapdragon 845
  • Storage: Up to 512GB
  • Memory: Up to 8GB (Expandable Storage up to: 512GB)
  • Screen size: 6.4-inch Super AMOLED; 2,960×1,440 pixels
  • Resolution: 6.37×3.01×0.35 inches
  • Battery: 4,000 mAh
  • Size: 6.37×3.01×0.35 in
  • Weight: 201g
  • Operating system: Android 8.1 Oreo

  • Bigger storage
  • Faster RAM

  • Lacks in refreshing.

Apple iPhone XS Max

The latest iPhone to hit from Apple is notable but whilst it has a faster processor when it comes to gaming, it still lags a little and falls behind the Google Pixel 3 XL. Though it is a little more expensive than Google, prefers the Google 3 XL or an early version of the iPhone in order to play high-resolution games. It’s clear that Apple’s newest smartphone isn’t yet compatible with some of the best games on offer.

Price:   $1,700 – 2,400 AUD Specs: 

  • CPU: A12 Bionic
  • Storage:  Up to 512GB
  • Memory: 4GB
  • Screen size: 6.5-inches (Max)
  • Resolution: 2,688 x 1,242 (Max)
  • Battery: 3,174 mAh (Max)
  • Size: 157.5 mm x 77.4 mm x 7.7 mm (Max)
  • Weight: 7.34 ounces (208 grams) (Max)
  • Operating system: iOS 12

  • A lot of battery.
  • High resolution most of the time.

  • Yet to be compatible to most games.
  • Speed not as good.
  • Incredibly expensive.

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Huawei P20 Pro

With the look of an iPhone and the performance of an Android, nothing is as it seems with this beauty. However, if you’re looking to play the hottest gaming apps, then this phone is not for you. First of all their set up very different to that of Android and so some of the games are just not compatible with P20 Pro. Though being different, doesn’t always it’s wrong if you’re an iOS user looking to change over to Android, Huawei offers great support. Also, there is no headphone jack so you’ll have to fork out for some Bluetooth sets. Apart from this, the P20 Pro offers excellent resolution at 1080p, meaning a better gaming experience.

Price: $600 – 1000 AUD Specs: 

  • CPU: ARM Cortex A73
  • Storage: 128 GB
  • Memory: 6 GB RAM
  • Screen size: OLED 6.1 inches
  • Resolution: FHD 1080 x 2240, 408 PPI
  • Battery: 4,000 mAh
  • Size: 73.9 mm, 155.0 mm, 7.8 mm
  • Weight: 180g
  • Operating system: EMUI 8.1 (Based on Android 8.1)

  • Lightweight and durable.
  • Has a different setup.
  • Cons:
  • Not compatible with high end games.

Razer Phone 2

The new Razer Phone 2 promised some more bang for your buck, though it did have critics saying it would be a competitive gaming phone nonetheless. The only difference is a smaller screen with a front speaker for better sound. Just like Huawei, Razer has no headphone jack, but I suppose it doesn’t matter if you have a front speaker. However, it does have an excellent refresher rate of 120 Hz, so it won’t be long before you’re up and running again. But if you’re a serious gamer, whilst the Razer is a cheaper alternative, I would still suggest either Google Pixel or the Note 9 for a heightened gaming experience.

Price: $600 – 1,200 AUD Specs: 

  • CPU: Snapdragon 845
  • Storage: 64GB
  • Memory: 8GB
  • Screen size: 5.72-inches
  • Resolution: 1440 x 2560 pixels
  • Battery: 4,000 mAh
  • Size: 158.5 mm x 79 mm x 8.5 mm
  • Weight: 220g
  • Operating system: Android 8.1

  • Good resolution
  • Big memory
  • Has a front speaker,

  • It’s cheaper but you get what you paid for.

VR Headsets

Now, these guys are only new to the market so there’s only a few out there, but what we can say is that they can enhance your gaming experience in more ways than one. We suggest the top VR Headsets as told by as they have compiled a great list of headsets suitable for every gamer.

So there you have it, the best gaming PC’s and the best gaming Smartphones there is to offer. Ideally, you could stick to what you have, but life is short so why not let curiosity get the better of you and see what professional gamers are using. If you’ve ever wanted to start out as a professional or just looking for some quality entertainment with the gang, be sure to check out TCM for all your gaming needs.

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