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HP? Lenovo? Dell doesn't seem too intent on its traditional PC competitors these days. Instead, the nimbler PC maker seems intent on taking the fight to Apple.
Panasonic's new Toughbook 31 offers 18 hours of battery life.
Purism reaches its fund raising goal and will build laptops that could eventually be free of proprietary software.
Intel's Wireless Gigabit is a stepping stone into the chip maker's plan to free laptops of wires
Lenovo's new ThinkPad Yoga 11e and ThinkPad 11e can also be bought with Intel's chips based on Broadwell architecture
The two laptops will arrive in February and are built for the school environment
HP's tablet-first Elite X2 1011 will be able to transfer data to a wireless display through a WiGig dock
Consumers will benefit from the competition: Cheaper Windows machines will try to keep people from straying to Chromebooks, and people who skipped Windows 8 will have a new crop of Windows 10 machines waiting for them.
Dell's thinnest and lightest laptop puts a 13.3-inch screen in an 11-inch laptop frame
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.
Alienware's new laptops are good, but are they good enough to stand out from the rest of the CES crowd?
Pretty soon these laptops will be so small they'll be invisible, if the Dell XPS 13 is any indication.
Toshiba's new Windows tablets and convertibles embrace pens over touch alone.
Lenovo's new tablet lets you use almost any pencil or pen to write on your tablet.