Don't-Miss Hardware Stories
The EON17-X embraces the big and bad stereotype for gaming laptops, delivering generous amounts of performance, heat, and noise.
MSI's fully loaded GT73VR Titan gaming laptop can go toe-to-toe with a desktop rig.
Lenovo’s Yoga Book is for the scribblers of the world. Its huge touch surface and special pen help users create written content digitally, taking fuller advantage of the stylus- and touch-friendly Windows 10 than any other device has.
HP's updated Omen 17 offers GTX1070 performance and a 4K G-Sync screen for less than two grand.
Fitbit's $100 Flex 2 is a solid, water-resistant upgrade from the first-gen Flex, but its automatic exercise-tracking needs some work.
You get great performance in this compact ultrabook, thanks to a 15-watt Kaby Lake processor and other high-end parts, but its single port for data and charging limits its general appeal.
This 12-inch MacBook clone is a premium Windows ultraportable, but a few design choices keep it from rising above all its competition—MacOS and Windows alike.
There's no die shrink, but Intel's 7th-gen chip brings both a decent performance boost and buttery smooth support for advanced video playback.
Origin PC's Omni all-in-one gaming PC packs an 8-core Core i7 CPU and the mighty Titan X Pascal.
Logitech's K780 provides a simple and easy way to type efficiently on all your usual devices.
Apple's second-generation watch doubles down on fitness with GPS, water-resistance, a dual-core processor, and super-bright display.
The top three reasons why Charge 2 is Fitbit’s best activity tracker yet.
Fitbit's latest activity tracker combines the best of its Charge HR and Alta fitness bands at an affordable price.
Acer's Liquid Jade Primo smartphone goes all in to replace your PC, bundling a phone, keyboard, mouse, and dock together. We put that daring concept to the test.
The A10 Fusion chip screams. The camera takes great photos with no effort. But the iPhone 7's missing headphone jack has made my life a little harder, and that's too bad.
Made for the Surface Pro 4, Microsoft's Surface Special Edition NFL Type Cover has a price only superfans would tolerate. But it delivers an unofficial benefit for Surface Pro 3 users stuck with subpar keyboards.
Insomiac Game's Shaun McCabe says having a burly 10-core CPU will make a difference in VR gaming and DirectX 12. Two Titan X videocards don't hurt either.
Nvidia's new 3GB version of the GeForce GTX 1060 goes toe-to-toe with the $200 Radeon RX 480—in theory.