Don't-Miss Laptop Stories
We reviewed eight mainstream budget laptops—because "cheap" doesn't have to mean "awful."
The Acer Aspire E-15 isn't a bad machine, but it's a bit of an also-ran—there are cheaper machines with better specs and performance.
The HP 15t Touch is proof if you put as much care and design love into a $500 laptop as you would a $1,000 laptop, good things happen.
Dell combines a gorgeous case with decent performance for one of the best all-around laptops under $500.
This Lenovo laptop is poised to take on Chromebooks, so expect Chromebook-style performance.
It's a laptop. It's a tablet. It's the Acer Aspire Switch 10 E, and it's here to try and prove hybrids don't have to be terrible.
The Toshiba Satellite C55-C may not look like much, but she's got it where it counts, kid.
The HP Pavilion x360 11T isn't a performance wunderkind, but it has the look and feel of a much more expensive laptop thanks to fantastic craftsmanship.
Lenovo's S21e is more of a large netbook than a small laptop—but it also retails for under $200. Now we're talking bargains.
The Acer Aspire R 13 is a top-notch 13-inch ultrabook with a versatile, dual-hinge rotating display. Opinions will differ on the looks, but it's definitely unique.
It may look bulky and cheap on the outside, but its 1080p screen, generous storage options, and solid performance is worth its $300 price tag.
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.
With awesome manual camera settings and a removable battery, the LG G4 is one of the best phones of the year. It's packed with great features, but has LG done quite enough to match Samsung's best?
At $250 unlocked, the Idol 3 costs less than half the price of a high-end smartphone. But it's not half-bad.
Trolling mode off: Yes, we tested Alienware's Amplifier and it worked!