HP's summer newcomers will include a high-end Ultrabook, a low-cost Envy, an ultrathin Sleekbook, and a business EliteBook.
Asus, Dell, HP, and Lenovo all have good bargains right now on laptops equipped with older CPUs. But should you wait for laptops powered by new Ivy Bridge chips to hit the shelves? We break it down.
The Vaio T13 and T11 are both available for advance order and configuration at a German website; their main difference is the display size.
These lower-priced Ultrabooks will use plastic materials for the chassis, rather than the more pricey aluminum used today.
Gaming laptops with the new Ivy Bridge chips--from Alienware, Asus, Samsung, and others--are ready for you to order.
Several tests find Ivy Bridge processors to run much hotter than second-generation Sandy Bridge chips when significantly overclocked.
The MSI gaming laptops are two of the first out to sport Intel’s new third-generation Ivy Bridge processor.
Although the first round of Ivy Bridge processors is headed to high-end PCs, Ultrabooks--and laptops in general--seem to be the real winners when it comes to upgrading to Intel's new processor line.
The traditional ThinkPad keyboard earned its reputation as being best for typing accuracy and comfort. Now a new contender is taking its place.
Dell is refreshing most of its Alienware gaming laptop line, but it's getting rid of the baby of the bunch.
The HTC Evo 4G LTE has an impressive camera and big, bright display.
The G75 is the newest laptop that will feature Intel's new processor and NVidia's powerful graphics.
Windows 8's touch-centric interface may make tablet-style touchscreens possible on laptops. Here are some examples of features that Win 8 laptops might incorporate.
In an interview with PCWorld, Intel officials call Ultrabooks more useful for real work than iPads, and a better value than laptops such as the MacBook Air. Plus, they reveal what's ahead for Ultrabooks in 2012 and 2013.
Should you buy a laptop now with a second-generation Intel Sandy Bridge processor or hold out for the next-generation chip? Here's a schedule of what's coming up and when.