AMD's insane 128-thread Threadripper is expected to be released on February 7 for $3,990.
HP's Spectre x360 15t squeezes a 15.6-inch screen into a 14-inch body and claims up to 17 hours of run time, even with a 4K display.
HP's Envy 32 AiO may be the first bad-ass all-in-one PC, with an HDR600 4K panel, RTX graphics, and impressively loud speakers.
Qualifying purchases of new RTX Studio laptops and desktops can get in on the deal.
Dell’s XPS 13 9300 somehow shaves its bezels even narrower, for a big upgrade in screen space. It also boasts a 10th-gen Ice Lake CPU, a real M.2 SSD, and other improvements.
AMD's platform for Ryzen 3000 also ushers in PCIe 4.0, the first big change to the PCIe interface since 2010. Here's what you need to know.
We compare Dell’s XPS 13 2-in-1 7390 and HP’s 5th-gen Spectre x360 13t, two premium laptops from two rival companies, judging them closely on specs, features, performance and more.
HP's Spectre x360 13t gives you thin and light without removing all the good stuff: an Intel Ice Lake CPU, long battery life, a full-travel keyboard, USB Type-A and an upgradable SSD.
Intel's 18-core Core i9-10980XE occupies a tight performance space between competing AMD CPUs. A lower price actually makes it a decent deal.
AMD's 32-core Ryzen Threadripper 3970X delivers performance 43 percent faster than the older 32-core Threadripper.
AMD's 16-core Ryzen 9 3960X reigns supreme as the most powerful consumer CPU we've ever seen
Dell's new XPS 13 7390, XPS 13 2-in-1 7390, and XPS 15 7590 are three of best laptops you could possibly buy. We'll show you how to choose between them based on price, features, performance and more.
AMD announced 24-core and 32-core Threadripper CPUs on Thursday, in addition to a 16-core Ryzen 3000 and a new budget overclockable Athlon 3000G.
Dell's new XPS 13 7390 packs Intel’s Comet Lake Core i7-10710U, making this tiny ultraportable a truly impressive performer, even against XPS 15 workhorses.
Intel's all-5GHz Core i9-9900KS Special Edition steals the "best gaming" CPU title from its own predecessor. But the world wasn't necessarily asking for more frames.