Don't-Miss Laptop Stories
HP’s latest, the dv6 is surprisingly robust for a low cost 15-inch laptop.
You can see where corners were cut to reach the size, weight, and price of the Series 3, but Samsung has still managed to deliver impressive performance, a nice feature set, and stylish design.
The Vostro 3350's sub-5-pound weight, 13.3-inch display, and 8-hour battery life make it a great candidate for travelers on a budget, as long as raw computing power isn't a priority.
This long-lasting all-purpose laptop provides good performance, yet it won’t break the bank.
With Nvidia graphics and JBL speakers, this all-purpose notebook shines at multimedia and isn't too shabby at games; both are attributes you don't find in most $800 laptops.
One of the best laptops Dell has made in recent years, the new XPS 15z is easy to recommend for Windows users who suffer from MacBook Pro envy.
For students, whether to choose a laptop or a tablet may not be obvious. But in some campus scenarios, one device may have an edge over the other.
HP’s latest ProBook bundles a Core i3 CPU and wireless broadband for an easy-on-the wallet price, but it does lack some amenities.
If you're looking for a multimedia powerhouse--where 'multimedia' doesn't include using the built-in speakers--you should check out this laptop.
Asus's B43J notebook has a lot of neat little touches that help it stand out in a boring crowd.
The evolution of toy computers for children mirrors that of real-world systems for adults. We look at some of the changes the play-along versions have undergone in the past 70 years.
The E305-S1900X brings cutting-edge technology to the fore, along with some poor ergonomic choices.
Dell's highly configurable Inspiron 17R desktop replacement sports an elegant, clean design.