Don't-Miss Laptop Stories
Dell's latest incarnation of its XPS 15 high-end notebook is the type of laptop dreams are made of.
Here's a solid, utilitarian, all-purpose laptop that favors function over looks. It's not overly swift, but it runs for a whopping 9 hours on a single charge.
This super-svelte Ultrabook/tablet hybrid comes with sharp looks, impressive specs—and a host of design and usability shortcomings.
The Yoga 2 Pro laptop/tablet hybrid is a superior experience in either orientation, and its ultrahigh-resolution display is awesome. But the dual design forced compromises with the keyboard.
PCWorld's editors name the top tech products of 2013, ranging from PCs to productivity software.
It's that time of year again, when the editors of PCWorld and TechHive name the absolute best new hardware, gadgets, software, and services
This thin-and-light comes with a feature few of its ilk offer: A removable battery.
The 14-inch display alone makes this Chromebook a better deal than most others on the market, but it also offers great connectivity and long battery life.
An extra hard drive bay and two free SODIMM slots mean that the already fast Satellite P75-A7200 can easily be made faster.
Super-fast and super-expensive, this machine will play any game you can think of at high resolution.
This behemoth of a notebook is fine for corporate desks, but it’s far from ideal for corporate travel.
Add a keyboard, and these tablets come pretty close to delivering all the functionality of a notebook.
The Miix 10 is a good tablet, and the optional keyboard is awesome. But its outdated and high price tag sour the experience.