What does the future hold for processors? We expect more speed and less power consumption, lurking behind unassuming code names such as Ivy Bridge, Piledriver, and Tegra 3.
Revolutionary a year ago, dual-core mobile processors are now standard; next, chipmakers say, quad-core processors will support mobile multitasking comparable to the performance of a desktop computer.
As tablets move into their adolescence, what changes will we see?
Though it’s not something you’d ever want to balance on your knees, if you need desktop performance in a compact package, the X7200 delivers--at a steep price.
Asus' tablet seems to be able to render 1080p video and run a graphics-intensive game called Riptide pretty flawlessly for at least a few seconds.
The Asus G53SX is built for a very specific person: a gamer who doesn't care about basic multimedia functionality or portability.
Dell’s latest thin-and-light looks slightly chubby next to Ultrabooks, but solid performance and a great keyboard make it a winner.
Nvidia just released the Tegra 3 quad-core mobile processor, which may provide more horsepower than businesses currently need--but there's a useful hidden surprise.
The Asus N55SF desktop replacement laptop entertains with its subwoofer sound and video, and also makes short work of everyday computing tasks.
The Digital Storm x17 offers excellent speed and graphics in an otherwise ordinary package.