If what we know is true, it looks like Dell’s XPS Ultrabooks will be competing on solid specs and performance, rather than low prices.
By the time back-to-school shopping begins, we should have our pick of budget Ivy Bridge laptops and desktops.
Prices on new versions of slim Ultrabooks get closer to the prices of standard laptops.
The first laptops out of the gate at one of Asia's largest tech shows are Windows 8 tablets with detachable docks from Asus and Acer.
The chipmaker also ramps up the standards for Ultrabooks.
The name disclosed on the Righware site, “Google Asus Nexus 7,” suggests this will be a 7-inch tablet manufactured by Asus for Google.
Samsung has refreshed its Series 5 Chromebook and announced the Chromebox, a desktop PC that runs Google's Chrome OS.
An unannounced 14-inch Ultrabook has popped up on Amazon.
Acer has updated its Zenbook Ultrabooks with new processors, screen options, and graphics cards, but how do the new models compare with the rest of the market?
Microsoft is repeating its buy a Windows PC and get a free Xbox game console deal it offered last fall for students.
How do AMD's next-generation A-Series processors match up against Intel's latest Ivy Bridge chips?
Sleek silver Ultrabooks arriving from major PC manufacturers aren't just Apple Macbook Air clones. Some of them even have options that Apple's laptop doesn't offer. Here's a guide.
The details on Lenovo's new line of ThinkPads and IdeaPads.
The hybrid laptops will be similar to the convertible, flippable Leonovo IdeaPad Yoga.