Don't-Miss Laptop Stories
Sporting the first OLED screen out in the wild, the TabPro S will turn heads…and almost makes the wait for the tech worth it.
The E45W features a fully reversible touchscreen display and plenty of horsepower for everyday tasks at a bargain price.
Dell's XPS 15 is a bigger, more powerful version of the super-popular XPS 13. It offers smoking performance in an extremely compact package.
The Blade Stealth may look a lot like the Blade and Blade Pro gaming laptops, but it's really a good ultrabook that could assume some gaming chops whenever the Razer Core graphics amplifier comes out.
Not everyone needs a burly quad-core CPU and discrete graphics. At least, that's what HP hopes.
As a budget laptop, the Lenovo 100S-11 has a lot going for it, but it's hamstrung by its tiny amount of storage space.
Packing a socketed desktop Intel CPU and a full desktop GTX 980, Origin's EON17-SLX is barely a 'laptop' at all.
A new 6th-gen CPU, a new NVMe SSD, and USB-C make the refreshed XPS 13 more than a minor upgrade.
Asus ZenBook gets the Skylake treatment while keeping its low price.
Panasonic just announced the new Toughbook 20, a ruggedized Windows 10 2-in-1 that has a detachable screen but can still stand up to the elements.
Want happens if you jam a GeForce GTX 980 into a laptop? You get something like the MSI GT72S Dragon, a no-compromises PC in portable clothing. Don't yawn, gamers: This is the real deal.
It's not hype. The Surface Book is powerful, fast, beautiful, and unlike any other laptop you’ve ever seen
Dell may call the Inspiron 13 7000 Special Edition a 2-in-1, but 3.7 pounds is hefty for something that's tablet-shaped some of the time. Better to focus on what it does do well, which is pretty much everything else.
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.