Dell’s Chromebook 13 proves an important point: You can make a classy Chromebook that's reasonably affordable. Dell gives its Chromebook 13 a slender yet sturdy chassis, good performance, and long battery life.
Our top picks show off the best tech advances in portable PCs, from new CPUs and GPUs to new materials.
You'll find no driver and no cockpit, but plenty of processing power in Roborace's autonomous racecar, thanks to Nvidia's lunchbox-sized Drive PX 2 supercomputer.
Folks lined up the night before to preorder the Model 3 for its 215 miles of EV range and sterling pedigree. But they won't get their car until late 2017. Probably.
The Volt's category-leading 53 miles of EV range automatically sells the car to green-car nerds, but Chevrolet wants more. We drive it seven days and 700 miles to see how it plays out.
The highly-portable Nubo lets you stake out remote corners of your backyard, or monitor your campsite—and its surveillance and convenience features help it stand out from other security cameras.
The company can use a device's existing microphone and speaker to respond to your gesture.
This $249 portable SSD is built to withstand hard drops and raindrops alike.
We're not talking "Terminator" (we hope), but we are talking connected everything from toasters to trains, all enabled by the big push for faster, stronger 5G wireless networks.
The Yoga 710 is portable and productive, and it can rotate 360 degrees on its hinge. Not bad for an affordable small laptop.
Android Marshmallow's support for multiple user accounts lets Lenovo set up a kids mode with parental controls. You can monitor what children do and where they go on a tablet, and for how long.
It's a basic Windows tablet, but the detachable keyboard lets you be productive at will.
Starting at $199, this tablet shows that Android has arrived in the corporate world. The Tab3 10 for Business is built to take a full day at the office, with sturdy construction and the enhanced security and manageability of Android for Work.
The Lenovo Flex 4's 14-inch and 15-inch versions will both offer high-end options on everything from processors to connectivity. Battery life promises to be good, too,
HP thinks its Elite x3 Windows phone can escape doom by focusing on corporate customers. It's a reasonable plan facing incredible odds.
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