Don't-Miss Laptop Stories
Dell's new corporate laptops rock Skylake CPUs and other goodies. They also give us a peek at what we might see in consumer laptops in the near future.
LG's first U.S. laptop weighs in at 2.19 pounds with either a 13- or 14-inch display.
People who just bought a new Alienware laptop could get upgrade 'if' a new Intel CPU is released.
Lenovo’s Chromebook 100S costs just $179. The R 11’s 360-degree hinge makes it Acer's most versatile model yet.
Yes, it's real. An overclocked, water-cooled 'laptop.'
The Toshiba Satellite Radius 12 packs Intel's new Skylake processor, a 4K display option, and support for Windows Hello biometric security.
The updated laptops will feature NVMe RAID and up to 3.3GBps read speeds.
Latest gaming laptops will feature dynamic overclocking, new AMD GPU but oddly, no Skylake
Vaio, Sony's former laptop brand, is returning to overseas markets this fall, with sales of Windows 10 devices in the U.S. and Brazil.
Clad in carbon fiber, aluminum and magnesium, and priced up to $899, the Chromebook 13 is offering quality and choices we haven't seen before in the Chromebook space.
Gamers got their 6th-gen Intel CPU, and now it looks like laptop users will too. These high-end machines sport other dream-checklist items including DDR4, Thunderbolt 3 and real USB 3.1.
Purism's sleek hardware and declared love for free and open components has won over the Linux world, but reality and the dream may not match.
With the SecurePad, Synaptics hopes to speed Windows 10 logins using an embedded fingerprint reader. Synaptics says it is working to qualify its SecurePad technology with Microsoft.
Don't want to spend sub-$200 on a Chromebook? How about a Windows 10 laptop?
The 11-inch model will launch in August in North America