Don't-Miss Laptop Stories
This Qosmio might be a match for you if you need a budget-friendly laptop that can play games at an acceptable level.
Gaming rigs and data-crunching workhorses alike need to be in top condition. Find out how your computer performs on intense, system-slamming tasks with these benchmarking programs.
Dell surprises us with a sturdy, speedy, and stylish three-pound laptop. If only it had a better display.
Keep cool and look cooler listening to your tunes with this 'Dr.'-approved laptop.
This model may be the perfect laptop for Windows users who lust after MacBook Pros.
We have a final production unit of Dell's Ultrabook, and it's one of the nicest PCs the company has produced in years.
The new Folio 13 may be slightly thicker and heavier than the average Ultrabook, but it also may make more sense for the average user.
Great performance, battery life, and ergonomics highlight this all-purpose laptop, but Asus goes overboard with the "value-added" utilities.
If HP can address a couple critical problems with the Envy 15, it will have a very desirable laptop on its hands.
High style and decent battery life highlight this all-purpose laptop, but it lacks a Blu-ray option.
From the Flip to Google Health, these tech losers showed promise--just not enough to keep them alive.
Ultrabooks--from Acer, Asus, Lenovo, and Toshiba--promise to deliver enough power to satisfy your needs in a thinner, lighter package than previous Windows laptops could offer. We took the first Ultrabooks for a spin in the PCWorld Labs.
From slim smartphones to massive TVs, here's the tech that didn't arrive by reindeer express this year.
This smallish desktop replacement laptop may be fairly easy to tote, but it just isn't very powerful.
This ultraportable is pricey and conservatively styled, but it delivers the performance, features, warranty, life span, and support that business users need.