Don't-Miss Laptop Stories
Besides being perhaps the sexiest convertible under $1,000, HP's new Spectre x360 was seemingly built in lockstep with the advice of Microsoft.
Don't worry about losing your fan with Lenovo's new Tablet 2 because you can use a pencil, pen or any conductive devices to write on it.
Why would you want a mechanical keyboard in a laptop? Because standard laptop keyboards suck and this real Cherry MX keyboard from SteelSeries is simply awesome.
Asus rolled out the new Transformer Book Chi convertibles at CES, calling them a better option than Apple's Macbook Air and iPad Air. The company also updated its popular Zenfone with two new models.
The new Core M processors draw as little as 4.5 watts of power.
The Transformer Book V is a smartphone, tablet, and laptop that can run both Windows and Android.
Dell's 2-in1 Inspiron machines bring a touch of table to a conventional laptop, but don't be mistaken. With the screen folded around, they end up as pretty heavy tablets so look elsewhere if you're primarily after tablet functionality.
Watch highlights from Intel's Chromebook event, where the chipmaker announced that the first low-cost Chromebooks that use Intel’s ‘Bay Trail’ Atom chip will start to go on sale this summer.
Acer unveiled its new product lineup at an event in New York Tuesday, highlighting tablets and hybrid devices in an effort to counter the company's ailing PC business.
It looks like a laptop, but it's actually a pretty cool hybrid. Melissa Riofrio has the details from Mobile World Congress.