SavRow Deuterium review
While not every component of the Deuterium is doggedly top-end, SavRow has avoided over-specifying for the sake of it, partnering the power with a screen that’s capable of taking advantage of it. We also like the support options: aside from the two-year warranty, there’s SavRow Pro Restore, an incremental backup system, plus a DVD of the factory-shipped drive image. SavRow also offers a Future Proof guarantee, allowing you to buy newer components at cost price, although you pay for shipping, labour or rebuild charges.
If you can’t stretch to the whole bundle, the Deuterium is also available without the TFT, peripherals or chromatic paint, taking the price down to £2,649. It’s still pricey considering that the Mesh Matrix Titan Dual X2 Pro will deliver similar power for half the price, but if you want to spend this sort of cash on a talking-point PC the Deuterium is a great reason to start saving.