Don't-Miss Laptop Stories
A year ago, nobody had an iPad. Then Apple sold 15 million of them in just nine months, creating a whole new category of technology product. The iPad may have...
AVADirect’s Clevo P151HM brings a robust GPU and solid gaming performance to the 15-inch category of laptops, but at the cost of added weight and bulk.
Sony’s bright pink ultraportable straddles the middle ground between netbook and ultraportable, but costs a little more than it should.
The ThinkPad X120e sets the standard for business-class netbooks.
The Mini 1103 offers basic netbook specs and standard performance for business.
Dell updates its XPS 17 laptop with Intel’s latest 32nm CPU and Nvidia stereoscopic 3D, offering speed and visual improvements.
The U41JF performs pretty well for its category, but the case looks and feels cheap.
The latest addition to Dell's small-business lineup of laptops is fine for garden-variety multimedia, but its poor battery life and mediocre overall performance disappoint.
Great performance and gaming meet sleek design and a weak keyboard.
Micro Express manages to ship a staggeringly average laptop using Intel’s new Sandy Bridge CPUs.
The Swiftpoint Mouse boasts an innovative design and one of the most versatile scrolling mechanisms we've seen, but the required finger position--similar to the grip of a pen--may be uncomfortable for long-term use.
Lenovo unites its famous ergonomics with ultraportability and--believe it or not--style.
Straddling the line between netbook and ultraportable laptop, the dm1z offers a lot of value for its $450 starting price.
HP brings stereoscopic 3D to the Envy 17 laptop, offering an excellent 3D experience with Blu-ray movies. Gaming in 3D needs work, however.
Dell’s latest iteration of the XPS 17 brings an understated look and discrete graphics to the premium XPS lineup.