AVADirect’s kitchen-sink Clevo X8100 aims to replace desktop gaming PCs for LAN parties. That's an admirable goal, but the system falls just a bit short.
Want a great netbook for video, music, and light gaming? Or a machine with all-day battery life? Or maybe just a cool companion PC on the cheap? Look no further: We’ve uncovered suitable netbooks for all sorts of users.
You’d never call the W510 svelte, but if you need workstation muscle, this ThinkPad offers excellent performance in an ugly duckling chassis.
Lenovo updates the classic ThinkPad T-series with Intel 32nm CPUs. The T410 retains the legendary keyboard feel, but also remains somewhat pricey.
Wired or Wi-Fi? Here's how to pick the right hardware for your PCs, game consoles, Internet-capable HDTVs, and other devices--and how to solve your networking problems.
This $750 Acer laptop offers very good performance, but substandard audio and a lack of Bluetooth may limit its appeal.
Want to speed up your laptop and lengthen its battery life? Swap the hard disk drive out for a speedy solid-state drive.
Here's how to make your games look gorgeous and run smoothly--using nothing but your AMD or nVidia graphics card control panel.
Toshiba E205-S1904 Brings Wireless Display, Poor Ergonomics to Consumers
The 1201n offers better video performance and a bigger screen than most netbooks, but at a cringe-worthy price.
Here's how to use a smartphone to replace your collection of remote controls for your home theater.
The EliteBook 8440w is a solid corporate system with great keyboard chops, but it’s not a multimedia powerhouse.
Acer offers a quad core system, plus discrete graphics and Blu-ray playback, at an attractive price and tuned for usability.
The MSI offers a terrific keyboard and excellent graphics in its class, but a big screen laptop combined with an ULV single core processor makes for anemic performance.
If you’re looking for a laptop for the kitchen or for handling light-duty office work while you're at home, this Satellite may fill the bill. But be prepared to live with very slow Wi-Fi.