Don't-Miss Laptop Stories
The Toshiba Satellite U845-S406 is a thin, light, and affordable option designed for business users who put a premium on mobility.
This business-oriented Ultrabook has a dim screen and a quiet headphone jack—not ideal for on-the-go users.
The U845W delivers a unique viewing experience (thanks to an ultrawide screen) and offers excellent audio quality, but the rest of the user experience is less than cinematic.
Here's a huge, powerful desktop replacement laptop at a surprisingly affordable price.
The latest version of Dell's 14-inch XPS consumer Ultrabook excels at multimedia and boasts good battery life. But it's heavy, and the lack of a dedicated solid-state drive slows it down.
This attractive 15.6-inch Ultrabook represents a downgrade from its predecessor in storage and performance.
The HP Envy 4 is aptly named--this Ultrabook's premium design and subtle pop of color makes it the envy of ultraportables everywhere.
Superskinny, lightweight, and capable, the Aspire S5 is one of the most impressive entries in the current crop of Ultrabooks.
The consumer-oriented version of Fujitsu's 13.3-inch Ultrabook looks handsome, but performance is lacking.
The Dell Inspiron 14z sacrifices style and Ultrabook hardware integrity for performance.
Inexpensive and available in bright colors, the IdeaPad U310 will most likely appeal to college students.
This is a stylish mainstream laptop with great specs, but oddly, no fast hard drive option.
It's small and stocky but oddly handsome, with great gaming—if you can handle the netbooklike ergonomics.
The Retina MacBook Pro is not only a groundbreaking release, combining stunning performance and portability in a 15-inch Mac laptop. This model will also force you to change the way you interact with a laptop.