Don't-Miss Laptop Stories
HP's solid ultraportable laptop offers exceptional toughness and some nice design flourishes.
Graced with Lenovo's first-rate ergonomics and a roomy hard drive, the IdeaPad S205 is a stylish traveling companion for routine computing.
The Asus G74SX is huge, but its elegant design and excellent performance are worth the lack of mobility.
The Qosmio X775-3DV78 has it all: flashy looks, performance, and the best multimedia experience in the business.
HP's updated Envy 14 all-purpose laptop is good at everything, but not great at anything.
The GT683R is a powerful machine, but it'd be nice if external peripherals felt like an option, rather than a necessity.
If money is no object, consider Sony’s VAIO SB the ultraportable to get. It’s thin and light, with long battery life and the best performance we’ve seen in its class.
It seems like most of us these days can share Groucho Marx's sentiment: “I started out with nothing and I have most of it left.” These great laptops won't strain your bank account.
The EON 17-S can replace a high-performance desktop PC, but the choice of GPU limits its capabilities as a gaming system.
The ThinkPad Edge E420 won't win any performance awards, but it's a pleasure to use, reasonably portable, and affordably priced.
The MSI FX620DX is no multimedia powerhouse, but it's an excellent choice if you're looking for a well-rounded machine with a few neat features.
The Lenovo Essential line is supposed to be a budget line, and the G570 performs that way, but the price point is much too high.
HP’s latest, the dv6 is surprisingly robust for a low cost 15-inch laptop.