Don't-Miss Laptop Stories
The EON17-S is bulky, heavy, and generic-looking, but it's an excellent performer.
If you think you want a new laptop this year, this quick guide can help you decide when you break out your credit card.
The Series 9 is a tantalizing machine that fills the niche of the 15-inch Ultrabook, but I know Samsung can do a better job on the input devices.
The pricey and heavy XT3 rugged laptop fits best in select corporate markets.
In some respects, the Timeline M3 looks like a legitimate challenger to the 15-inch Macbook Pro, but its poor LCD panel is a one-way ticket to Palookaville.
Despite its quad-core CPU, Toshiba's 'everyday value' laptop fails to deliver exceptional performance. But it has a Blu-ray drive and good sound, and you can play your iPod through the speakers even when the laptop is turned off.
Although the Series 5 is a good ultraportable laptop, it's too thick and heavy to be an Ultrabook.
The Envy 14 Spectre offers a sleek look, a superb display, and an excellent touchpad. But you'll have to overlook the additional weight.
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.