The Acer Nitro 7 is a $999 mid-range gaming laptop that's been upgraded with ray tracing support and a 10th-gen CPU. PCWorld goes hands-on.
The Asus ROG Zephyrus Duo 15 GX550 is a dual-screen gaming laptop that packs an overclockable 8-core Core i9-10980HK, GeForce RTX 2080 Super, and lots more.
The MSI GS66 Stealth gaming laptop packs a 10th gen Core i9-10980HK, GeForce RTX 2080 Super Max-Q, and 300Hz screen into a surprisingly thin and light body.
AMD's Zen 3 apparently won't be delayed until 2021, despite rumors suggesting so.
The AMD Ryzen XT series will offer moderate clock speed boosts over the prior generation, but the cooler goes away for all but one model.
The AMD vs. Intel fight starts a new chapter with the formidable Ryzen 4000 mobile CPU. Is there any reason to buy an Intel laptop anymore? That's a good question.
AMD executive Frank Azor confirmed that the Dell G5 15 SE will be the only laptop with the company's SmartShift technology in 2020. He promised more would arise in 2021.
The HP Pavilion Gaming 16 offers, yes, 16 inches of diagonal screen size in nearly the same body as a typical 15-inch laptop. The starting price on this gaming laptop is $800.
The HP Omen 15 offers both AMD Ryzen and Intel Core CPU choices, and it claims to be the world's smallest gaming laptop for $1,000.
Dell has three great thin-and-light laptops: The XPS 13 7390, the XPS 2-in-1 7390, and the new XPS 13 9300. Here's how to decide based on value, performance, and screen options.
The Razer Blade Studio Edition will cater to content creators with Quadro RTX 5000, 8-core Core i7, 4K OLED, and of course, trademark Razer style.
SD Express cards will support PCIe 4.0, but don't expect to see it on a camera or drone anytime soon. It's traditionally taken a while for new storage standards to take hold.
The Dell G5 15 SE is an all-AMD laptop that's affordable and still competitive with RTX laptops. We dig into the specs.
Intel's 10th gen Comet Lake S CPUs don't take the crown in multi-core performance but they close the gap enough that you may want to actually consider them.
The sad tale of the Alienware Area-51m tells us why we'll never, ever see upgradeable graphics in a laptop.