Purism reaches its fund raising goal and will build laptops that could eventually be free of proprietary software.
The Consumer Electronics Show is great for one thing: spotting PC trends. We think these three will hold through the year.
Dell's thinnest and lightest laptop puts a 13.3-inch screen in an 11-inch laptop frame
Lenovo's new tablet lets you use almost any pencil or pen to write on your tablet.
Lenovo says its new LaVie Z H550 weights just 1.72 lbs. making it the lightest 13-inch notebook in the world.
Acer updates several systems with new chips and shoehorns Intel's awesome RealSense into a massive 17-inch notebook. Many specs remain the same from prior models, though.
What shoppers seem to want is a cheap, sub-$300 laptop. Chromebooks fit the bill, but supercheap Windows PCs like HP's Stream are also selling very well.
HP's new Omen marks the return of Voodoo DNA to gaming laptops with a thin and relatively powerful gaming laptop.
Buying a laptop is a critically important tech decision—so avoid these five pitfalls at all costs.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday promise commodity-priced laptops and tablets, while the biggest-ticket items may be in the smallest packages: smartphones.
The fancy hinge and excellent high resolution screen don't justify the $1,350 starting price.
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