Don't-Miss Laptop Stories
We tested six video players on Windows 10 to see which gives you the best battery life. The winner may shock you.
Super-thin "Project Sputnik" XPS 13 laptops from Dell with Ubuntu Linux and Intel Skylake chips are around the corner.
Microsoft delivers Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 firmware update, but remains silent on battery drain issues.
The new Vaio Z Flip 2-in-1 takes direct aim at the MacBook, offering Skylake CPUs and a flippable touchscreen, features Apple's laptops can't claim.
The Vaio Z turns the 2-in-1 concept on its head, and the Vaio S practically begs to be bent.
Intel is adding Android OS support to its latest RealSense R200 webcam, which will sell for US$99.
Alienware showed gamers some love at CES, offering a discounted Oculus Rift with its X51 system and announcing an OLED Alienware 13 laptop.
Shortly after bringing its Gram line of laptops to the U.S., LG unveiled a new addition to its ultralight computer lineup with a 15-inch display at CES this year.
Panasonic's new toughened notebook includes a detachable touchscreen and IP65 water resistance, and we got hands-on at CES 2016.
The company's debut laptop pairs a 4K screen with a slick and sleek 17-inch body and components for serious gaming.
Gordon Mah Ung has his eyes wide open for this jaw-dropping hunk of gaming goodness.
We go hands-on with MSI's new eye-tracking gaming powerhouse and check out the company's new "cheater" and laugh track modes.
In the not too distant future, PC makers want to free your laptop of wires and cables. Some announcements at CES signal progress toward that goal.
The 15 inch display and slim design makes the Macbook Air look positively fat.
The newly formed HP Inc. is using CES 2016 to introduce its MacBook Air challenger, the thin and light EliteBook Folio G1.
HP is hoping crisp displays and high end speakers will help laptops appeal to millenial buyers.
Lenovo is stretching outside its comfort zone by developing its first game ever, called Game State, an action and role-playing game that will debut later this year.
Lenovo moves on from the LCD technology that has been used in laptops for decades.