Ultra-high-end specs and an aggressive price mark Samsung’s entry into the domestic gaming market against companies like Alienware and Asus.
If laptops made New Year's resolutions for 2012, they would say, "Lose a few pounds, and get a makeover."
Dell expands its impressive XPS line with a laptop so small and good-looking, you’d be surprised it’s a Dell.
If you ever wanted a laptop that’s comfortable in downward-facing dog position, Lenovo is ready to deliver.
The laptop that preceded the Ultrabook craze is back, sleeker than ever.
After going hands-on with the upcoming Vizio laptops, and speaking about them with CTO Matt McRae, I have to admit: I'm impressed.
Thinner and more affordable is the name of the game for Lenovo’s consumer-focused IdeaPad line of laptops.
Ultrabooks--from Acer, Asus, Lenovo, and Toshiba--promise to deliver enough power to satisfy your needs in a thinner, lighter package than previous Windows laptops could offer. We took the first Ultrabooks for a spin in the PCWorld Labs.
Listen in as the PCWorld team talks about gaining early access to The Old Republic and discusses the future of online commerice after playing the beta version of Diablo 3.
We talk about the biggest news in gaming, including Shigeru Miyamoto's desire to develop new games with smaller teams and the latest advances in cloud gaming, including new OnLive game support for Android and iOS tablets. Will we ever need to buy another physical game again? Listen in to find out.
With the release of My Xbox Live for iOS, Microsoft finally brings a little bit of Live to a platform other than Windows Phone 7.
All the pieces are in place for a surge in laptop sales next year--from new Intel chips to the planned launch of the Windows 8 operating system to sleeker designs.
While the slim profile and amazingly light weight of the Portege Z835 are attractive, Toshiba clearly cut some corners to get the price down to $799.
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