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Which gaming laptop should you buy? From size, to performance, to budget, to features, this buyer's guide will help you find the best gaming laptop for your needs.
We bought a bunch of USB-C cables and put them through the wringer to find the best ones for your charging and data transfer needs.
Whether you're the camping sort, or you live in an area prone to power outages, or you just like being prepared for anything, a power station that can charge all your devices is a must for your emergency arsenal. We've got some favorites to recommend.
Adding an external SSD to your gaming laptop is a great way to expand your storage for holding games and making your game library portable.
One nerd's obsession with saving charger weight taught him a lesson about GaN chargers.
Bluetti's new AC180 offers class-leading efficiency, great value, LFE chemistry, and even expansion options.
Windows 11 isn't horrible, it's just different.
Nvidia's GeForce RTX 4090 launch has been marred by reports of melting connectors. Here's everything you need to know about what is going on.
Apple likes to market claims that its hardware can't always back up. Here's how its claims about the new MacBook Air 15 stack up.
You may feel like the ignored child next to the new baby, but Nvidia gave you AI first.
Despite the lack of app support, the Jackery Explorer 1500 Pro leads in performance per pound.
Even early PCIe Gen 5.0 SSDs offer massive increases in performance over PCIe Gen 4.0 drives, but the cost and practical benefits make it less compelling.
Compact and powerful, the Yeti 1500X's main weakness is slow charge rates.
You keep saying no ones needs a printer, but yet you still ask me to print things, so you're officially cut off.
An Intel update to the ATX power supply spec doesn’t mean your current 12VHWPR adapter or PSU is obsolete or dangerous.
Why is the Internet so angry about the Ryzen 9 X3D chips? And what is the state of PC gaming?
Pump the hate brakes Internet—here's what you're getting wrong about AMD's Ryzen 9 7950X3D CPUs.
Three new Ryzen 7000 chips with AMD’s innovative 3D V-Cache are here. But is the best of them truly the ultimate gaming processor?
The GeForce RTX 4090, Nvidia’s latest flagship mobile GPU, delivers incredible performance in games—and a solid boost in content creation, too.
Like its desktop counterpart, Intel’s flagship 13th-gen “Raptor Lake” laptop processor is ferocious but shines best in select scenarios. Here’s the quick rundown.