Maingear builds a GeForce GTX 485 GPU into a second-generation Core i7 system. The result should please gamers on the go.
Sony includes Nvidia’s 3D Vision with its latest 16-inch laptop, but it’s more attuned to stereoscopic movies than to games.
Give your desktop PC more oomph by swapping in a new graphics board.
The surprisingly light xm15 builds in Nvidia’s Optimus technology, but gaming performance is modest at best.
Multi-PC households are the norm, but making systems connect to one another can be frustrating. Here are ideas for overcoming Windows networking problems.
The Asus G73SW offers robust gaming performance while sacrificing only a little eye candy. And the price is right, too.
The Lifebook T580 offers Windows 7 Tablet PC capability, but the price is too steep for what you actually get.
AVADirect’s Clevo P151HM brings a robust GPU and solid gaming performance to the 15-inch category of laptops, but at the cost of added weight and bulk.
Dell updates its XPS 17 laptop with Intel’s latest 32nm CPU and Nvidia stereoscopic 3D, offering speed and visual improvements.
Micro Express manages to ship a staggeringly average laptop using Intel’s new Sandy Bridge CPUs.
HP brings stereoscopic 3D to the Envy 17 laptop, offering an excellent 3D experience with Blu-ray movies. Gaming in 3D needs work, however.
Dell’s latest iteration of the XPS 17 brings an understated look and discrete graphics to the premium XPS lineup.
Under a slick-looking white exterior beats a decidedly average and somewhat overpriced package of components.