Don't-Miss Laptop Stories
These high-flying portables--none more than 4 pounds--leave their bulkier brethren behind.
The Toshiba Satellite L635-S3104 provides good hardware, including a built-in DVD burner, at an affordable price, but performance is mediocre at best.
Offering great performance and excellent battery life, the U31JG is ideal for getting work done on the road--but movie and music buffs should look elsewhere.
This Acer seems to favor mobility over performance--a design preference we’re not used to seeing in desktop replacement laptops.
This high-end Toshiba netbook boasts good looks and decent battery life, but its poor performance and uninspired hardware specs don't justify its price premium over competitors.
Samsung’s superthin laptop one-ups Apple’s in a few ways, but you’ll pay for its style and performance.
This bargain desktop replacement may be enough laptop for most users.
This nice-looking netbook has better-than-average input ergonomics, but a bloated software configuration.
Lenovo's latest ultraportable laptop is a long-running dynamo with a great keyboard.
The Asus G73SW offers robust gaming performance while sacrificing only a little eye candy. And the price is right, too.
The question isn't tablet versus laptop. It's tablet versus laptop versus clipboard.
Built on AMD's new Fusion platform for netbooks, the Acer Aspire One 522-BZ897 delivers great battery life and solid multimedia, but flops in computing power.
The Lifebook T580 offers Windows 7 Tablet PC capability, but the price is too steep for what you actually get.
We evaluate eight buyback and trade-in programs to determine which ones give the best prices for older smartphones, HDTVs, laptops, and more.