Don't-Miss Laptop Stories
The Canadian M5 offers better application performance than its American counterpart, but video playback and gaming suffer.
AMD-powered ultraportable laptop is as thin and light as an Ultrabook, but can't match the performance of its Intel-based rivals.
The updated Zenbook ships with Ivy Bridge, a gorgeous full HD IPS display, and an improved trackpad.
Vizio’s 14-inch Ultrabook is sleek, elegant, fast and lacks features. Most of those features aren’t missed in the user experience, however.
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.