Don't-Miss Laptop Stories
A whopping six-inch display isn't for everyone. You may learn to love it, but the limited camera software is frustrating.
With the Note 4, it feels like Samsung took every little comment stuffed into its cobweb-covered suggestion box and actually listened to what its users want.
If you can live with the substandard camera, the Desire 816 offers a lot of screen for less money
Compared to other mid-range phones, HTC's offering brings nothing to the table.
With its no-frills interface and stylish enough chassis, you might as well buy one just to keep in the closet for emergencies.
Think hard: How eager are you to tote a 15-inch tablet?
This Pentium-powered convertible is priced right, but be prepared to accept some compromises in construction and performance.
This latest flippable Yoga clone delivers solid performance for the price, but it's too heavy for hardcore travelers.
With the exception of a mediocre camera, this may be the best Android phone you can buy.
The Lenovo Flex 2’s touchscreen with a 300-degree hinge is a nice feature for the price. While it delivers decent benchmark results, however, its keyboard, display, and battery life disappoint.
This stylish machine games up to 1080p and is an all-around nicely realized laptop.