Ultrabooks--from Acer, Asus, Lenovo, and Toshiba--promise to deliver enough power to satisfy your needs in a thinner, lighter package than previous Windows laptops could offer. We took the first Ultrabooks for a spin in the PCWorld Labs.
Businesses have laptop needs beyond those of the average consumer, including security, warranty, service, and more. Here's what to look for.
Holiday bargains are still out there for PCs, desktops, and tablets. Here is a list of ten deals worth checking out.
Forecasters expect Apple to sell 3.8 million iMacs, while Lenovo sales could surpass 4 million all-in-one PCs in 2012.
All the pieces are in place for a surge in laptop sales next year--from new Intel chips to the planned launch of the Windows 8 operating system to sleeker designs.
Sure, the iPad is great--but it isn’t right for everyone. A new tablet from Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, or another maker might be a better choice.
With screen sizes ranging between 18 and 21.6 inches, these all-in-ones offer a complete PC package without cramping your desk--or your budget.
Lenovo has dropped the price on its IdeaPad K1 Android tablet to only $349, and shipping is free.