The new Aspire 5750, 5750G, and 7750G quad-core notebooks are aimed at enthusiasts and gamers, while the Apsire 5253 targets the budget-conscious.
Low-power E-Series and C-Series chips combine CPU and GPU to power thin and light laptops and netbooks.
If Microsoft intends to put some version of Windows 7 on a tablet, they just don’t get it.
AMD’s latest graphics cards don’t take the speed crown, but they do offer a terrific combination of performance, price, features, and power efficiency.
PCWorld editors discuss great moments in Wikileaks history and the future of the service on the 100th episode of our podcast.
If the discussions about laptops I have with friends and coworkers are any indication, the “right laptop” simply doesn’t exist yet.
Facebook adds new messaging features and cuts a deal with MySpace, Android to get Near-field Communications (NFC), and we look back on 25 years of Windows.
The new RockMelt browser promises a more social Web, and Black Friday Bargains now start in October.
nVidia’s much-lauded Fermi architecture finally comes into its own.
Gaming is off to a strong start on Microsoft’s new phone platform with Xbox Live integration and strong relationships with major publishers, but it has a long way to go.
Join the editors of PCWorld for a look at some of the hottest products of 2010.
The Radeon HD 6850 and 6870 offer fantastic performance at a price gamers can live with.
As long as you avoid the terrible green color of our test model, the style and usability of Sony’s VAIO EA series make one of these laptops worth the modest price premium you’ll pay.