Don't-Miss Laptop Stories
It doesn't get any better--or more expensive--than this slightly-larger-than-average ultraportable laptop.
Google’s prototype Chrome OS computer delivers little more than the company’s browser in a box.
Under a slick-looking white exterior beats a decidedly average and somewhat overpriced package of components.
Take a peek at the future of computing. These unique desktops, laptops, components, and cases were honored as part of the 2011 CES Innovations Awards.
Take a visual tour of Acer's dual-touchscreen portable, and learn about its features.
Asus tweaks its large netbook, adding a dual-core Atom CPU with hyperthreading support, but price and size compete squarely with entry-level ultraportables.
Samsung’s 17.3-inch desktop replacement notebook offers a tasty mix of ingredients, but the final recipe seems a little bland.
Micro Express’s NBL5100 desktop replacement is speedy, but the company's cheap OS choice holds it back.
The keyboard and trackpad on Acer's latest ultraportable laptop aren't perfect, but the sacrifices involved are acceptable when the result is such a sleek machine.
An extremely disappointing keyboard undermines this sleek 17.3-inch gamer’s notebook.
This good-performing desktop replacement laptop has cutting-edge technology--and poor battery life.
A question Senior Editor Jason Cross is frequently asked is "Which laptop would you buy?" Well, as he explains in this video, he'd pick HP's Envy 14, Beats edition.
Classy appearance and surprisingly good gaming lift this all-purpose laptop.