Don't-Miss Laptop Stories
If you can't get your portable computing on with anything less than 4GHz, Origin PC has the answer: a laptop with a Devil's Canyon chip inside of it.
You may not know this, but you can indeed upgrade graphics in laptop. This week Gordon does it and runs the math to find out if it even makes sense.
Trolling mode off: Yes, we tested Alienware's Amplifier and it worked!
Being the best Chromebook is easy. Being a great flagship is harder, but the Pixel's advanced features make it just as premium and desirable as any other.
Packed with advanced features, the Chromebook Pixel can hold its head high among other high-end flagships, and it's the best Chromebook available, period.
Slight thermal throttling under heavy loads mars an otherwise gorgeous picture including a CNC aluminum body, responsive touchscreen and awesome battery life.
We've seen convertibles thinner and lighter than the HP Spectre x360, but few can compete with its brushed-aluminum looks or impressively long battery life.
If you value portability over power, and you don't need to physically connect to much, the new MacBook might be for you.
MSI's has a real mechanical keyboard, and enough graphics power to tempt even the most committed desktop gamers.
You won't believe the specs, build quality and price on the ZenBook UX305F. In fact, maybe it's not that the ZenBook is low-priced, maybe it's that the others are overcharging you.
This 12-inch business laptop may be easier to fit into a bag, but it's not much lighter than its 14- and 15-inch cousins.
Dell's XPS 13 can't really be a MacBook slayer unless it can compete with the legendary battery life of the Air. We test both to find the truth.
Dell's new XPS13 is a MacBook Air killer that shoehorns a 13-inch screen into a bezel that would normally hold an 11-inch panel. The new laptop also features Intel's new Broadwell U CPU and a high-resolution touch screen.
Dell's new ultralight has all the industrial-design panache of a MacBook Air, but with a larger display. Oh, and it's a proper PC.
HP's new Omen marks the return of Voodoo DNA to gaming laptops with a thin and relatively powerful gaming laptop.
We've tested too many laptops to count, and now we're ready to name the ones we'd spend our own money on.
This fast, stylish laptop carries Voodoo's legacy into a new generation of gaming laptops, HP's first since it dissolved the boutique builder several years ago.
It's the thinnest convertible laptop to date with a beautiful screen, and packs Intel's new Core M chip too.