The Qosmio X775-3DV78 has it all: flashy looks, performance, and the best multimedia experience in the business.
The GT683R is a powerful machine, but it'd be nice if external peripherals felt like an option, rather than a necessity.
The EON 17-S can replace a high-performance desktop PC, but the choice of GPU limits its capabilities as a gaming system.
Report says Acer also plans an Intel-based Ultrabook, as well as new tablets running Android 3.2.
The MSI FX620DX is no multimedia powerhouse, but it's an excellent choice if you're looking for a well-rounded machine with a few neat features.
Those little square metallic stickers plastered onto a laptop's palm rest are driving Jason Cross batty. It's time for an intervention.
This long-lasting all-purpose laptop provides good performance, yet it won’t break the bank.
With Nvidia graphics and JBL speakers, this all-purpose notebook shines at multimedia and isn't too shabby at games; both are attributes you don't find in most $800 laptops.
One of the best laptops Dell has made in recent years, the new XPS 15z is easy to recommend for Windows users who suffer from MacBook Pro envy.
The card is available in the Alienware M17x and M18x, boasts faster speeds and will allow gamers to play at full 1080p HD resolutions while still preserving some battery life.