Don't-Miss Laptop Stories
The Zenbook UX31E would be almost perfect if not for its less-than-ideal touchpad.
The IdeaPad U300s isn't the fastest Ultrabook we've tested, and ports are minimal, but style and ergonomics make up for a lot.
The Asus G53SX is built for a very specific person: a gamer who doesn't care about basic multimedia functionality or portability.
Dell’s latest thin-and-light looks slightly chubby next to Ultrabooks, but solid performance and a great keyboard make it a winner.
The Asus N55SF desktop replacement laptop entertains with its subwoofer sound and video, and also makes short work of everyday computing tasks.
This 14-inch all-purpose laptop offers competent performance and features at a netbook-level price.
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The Digital Storm x17 offers excellent speed and graphics in an otherwise ordinary package.
Toshiba's laptop offers glasses-free 3D Blu-ray support, but it’s very heavy and has a mediocre keyboard--and the 3D effect isn’t very good.
MSI's GT780DXR is a powerful laptop, though not an especially powerful desktop replacement.
With sparkling WorldBench performance and top-shelf features, this desktop replacement laptop makes short work of just about any workstation task.
The stylish ProBook 4430s has an impressive keyboard, but in most other respects it's an undistinguished business laptop.
The HP Pavilion dv7 Quad Edition is undoubtedly an attractive machine, but it struggles to match other desktop replacements' performance scores.
This attractive, superthin laptop has everything you need and more--assuming that you're not an audiophile.