A good display doesn't redeem Dell's consumer laptop from its myriad failings.
It’s not much to look at, but this rig delivers the goods at a budget-friendly price.
A petite PC that can play the most demanding games.
This relatively affordable 17-inch gaming portable will rock your virtual worlds.
This 17-inch gamer is filled with top-shelf components, but is that enough these days?
This Ultrabook feels great, even if it is thicker and heavier than most.
PCs don't need to be loud to be powerful. AVADirect proves they don't need to be expensive, either.
Looking for a desktop PC to fit your IKEA-themed home? Acer’s black-and-clear all-in-one will look great on your ultra-white Bestå desk.
Though it lacks a touchscreen, HP's premier business notebook is otherwise a strong contender.
This detachable 2-in-1 isn’t the value proposition it could be.
This third iteration of Dell's tiny laptop is definitely the best.
This quietly elegant executive notebook is small, slim, sturdy, and a dream to use. If you take frequent short trips (battery life is its biggest shortcoming) and work a lot en route, you’ll want this computer.
This super-svelte Ultrabook/tablet hybrid comes with sharp looks, impressive specs—and a host of design and usability shortcomings.
In both features and price, Sony’s Handycam HDR-PJ760V falls squarely between the consumer and higher end prosumer worlds.
With the Everio GZ-V500, JVC tried to pack some big camcorder prowess into a pocket-sized case—but only partly succeeded.
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