From fast new PC chips to 3D picture frames, here are 20-plus products that we'll be eager to see at CES 2011.
Asus tweaks its large netbook, adding a dual-core Atom CPU with hyperthreading support, but price and size compete squarely with entry-level ultraportables.
An extremely disappointing keyboard undermines this sleek 17.3-inch gamer’s notebook.
Acer and Asus are ready to launch tablet computers in different price ranges, posing a potential threat to the dominance of the Apple iPad.
PCWorld scanned the entire universe of technology this year--HDTVs, phones, tablets, PCs, e-book readers, storage, software, services, apps, digital cameras, camcorders, printers, and more--and picked the 100 best. Here's how we ranked them.
The Asus N82Jv has good graphics, a nice screen, and a USB 3.0 port. If only it weren't so heavy.
If you’re in the market for a lightweight ultraportable laptop that can handle various tasks, you can’t do much better than the Asus U33Jc.
It doesn't handle high-def video very well, but the Eee PC 1015PED lasts for 8.5 hours on a single charge.
Asus has a slew of tablets devices set to compete against the Kindle, the iPad, and netbooks in general--but the timing of the launches couldn't be worse.