Don't-Miss Laptop Stories
You may not know this, but you can indeed upgrade graphics in laptop. This week Gordon does it and runs the math to find out if it even makes sense.
Packed with advanced features, the Chromebook Pixel can hold its head high among other high-end flagships, and it's the best Chromebook available, period.
We've seen convertibles thinner and lighter than the HP Spectre x360, but few can compete with its brushed-aluminum looks or impressively long battery life.
Dell's new XPS13 is a MacBook Air killer that shoehorns a 13-inch screen into a bezel that would normally hold an 11-inch panel. The new laptop also features Intel's new Broadwell U CPU and a high-resolution touch screen.
HP's new Omen marks the return of Voodoo DNA to gaming laptops with a thin and relatively powerful gaming laptop.
How do you get Intel and AMD in the same laptop? Lenovo uses and Intel CPU and an AMD GPU.
Three business laptops—including one 2-in-1 model—top our list of the best notebook computers of 2014. But the year isn't over yet.
Most 11-inch Chromebooks are just basic browsing machines, but the N20p Chromebook stands out--literally--because its 300-degree hinge lets you flip the touchscreen display so it can be used as a stand for movies or presentations.
The Acer's Switch 10's innovative detachable display is undermined by the mediocre quality of the components inside it.
The Razer Blade Pro packs a massive 17-inch display in a surprisingly thin and light aluminum chassis. But its vaunted SwitchBlade UI leaves a bit to be desired.