Don't-Miss Laptop Stories
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.
HTC's selfie phone is only slightly less expensive than the flagship One (M8), but some problems with its headlining camera features leave a greater gulf in quality.
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 a shame this Quad HD-equipped, almost-stock device is only available for Verizon subscribers, because it has potential to be a big seller.
It's the thinnest convertible laptop to date with a beautiful screen, and packs Intel's new Core M chip too.
A whopping six-inch display isn't for everyone. You may learn to love it, but the limited camera software is frustrating.
With the Note 4, it feels like Samsung took every little comment stuffed into its cobweb-covered suggestion box and actually listened to what its users want.
If you can live with the substandard camera, the Desire 816 offers a lot of screen for less money
Compared to other mid-range phones, HTC's offering brings nothing to the table.
With its no-frills interface and stylish enough chassis, you might as well buy one just to keep in the closet for emergencies.
Think hard: How eager are you to tote a 15-inch tablet?
This Pentium-powered convertible is priced right, but be prepared to accept some compromises in construction and performance.