From budget, to ultraportable, to gaming laptops, our top picks feature the best tech advances in laptop PCs, from new CPUs and GPUs to new materials, and include portables from HP, Dell, and Apple.
If you have $500 (or less), we've found the best cheap laptops on Amazon and Best Buy. The ones that give you the best bang for buck. Keep reading to find our top picks.
Google’s Pixelbook Go is a perfectly good Chromebook, and that’s exactly what the company set out to create, with a careful balance of quality features and economical compromises.
Samsung's 11.6-inch Chromebook 4 and 15.6-inch Chromebook 4+ refine the company's lowest-cost Google laptops with small, affordable luxuries.
Microsoft’s Surface Pro X is setting a new bar for Microsoft’s most compact 2-in-1, rocking a designer SQ1 chip that just may help you forget the disappointing ARM-based Surfaces of the past.
Leaks by Evan Blass indicate that Windows 10X will be Microsoft's OS for dual displays, expected to be announced at the company's event October 2 in New York.
You’re not using the crummy keyboard that came with your PC, are you? Are you? We hand-tested these wireless models to find better options for your daily driver.
Lenovo's C340-11, C340-15, and S340-14 Chromebooks are made for consumers who want something better than basic, with aluminum lids, beefier CPU options and more.
The Dell OptiPlex Ultra 7070 is a mini-PC that fits into a special monitor stand, creating an all-in-one PC that's modular and upgradable.
Samsung’s Notebook 7 and Notebook 7 Force are laptops designed for a PC users who want a premium experience—and enough power for work and play.
Dell's Inspiron 15 7000 and Inspiron 13 5000 are consumer laptops with fancy features you wouldn't expect for the price.
The HP Envy Wood Series embeds real walnut or birch into the keyboard deck and touchpad of five stylish laptops. Here are the details.
May 2 is World Password Day, and software company Avira has released a report showing how data breaches are getting worse, and people's security habits aren't getting much better. Here are the most alarming facts from the study:
Razer overhauls its Blade Pro 17 with 9th-gen Intel Core and Nividia RTX, all in a smaller, lighter package.
In our exclusive interview with Acer CEO Jason Chen, we talk about how the No. 4 PC vendor looks for growth in niche "microtrends" that bigger competitors might miss.
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