Don't-Miss Laptop Stories
Products include small form-factor desktops, a gaming laptop, and several new components
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.
Dell's new Inspiron hybrids borrow from Lenovo's Yoga design
Asus’ upcoming Zenbook NX500 looks a lot like Apple’s MacBook Pro, but that’s no complaint.
Asus is testing the patience of Microsoft and Google once again with its Transformer Book V, which can run Android and Windows
Dell's new hybrids include the Inspiron 11 3000, which starts at US$449.99, and Inspiron 13 7000, for which the price was not available
Dell's tired of being your parents' computer brand. The now-private company is changing its attitude and taking risks.
HP's SlateBook PC has a 14-inch full HD touchscreen and will ship in August starting at $399.
New models sport 360-degree hinges and hybrid forms. A refreshed Chromebook comes in more colors. As for Android, it comes in a buzz-worthy yellow-and-black clamshell.
The 2-in-1 points to Broadwell laptops and tablets being available by year end
HP will keep pushing PCs with Beats integration through 2015.
The 360-degree hinge on the Satellite Radius is Yoga-like, but the 15.6-inch diagonal display makes this convertible much bigger—and heavier. Toshiba also refreshes its Click lineup with budget- and performance-oriented models.
Lenovo's smartphone shipments continue to soar in China. Yes, smartphones.
Microsoft's Surface Pro 3 has a larger screen than predecessors, and bridges the gap between laptops and tablets