Tough, fast, and generous with battery life, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga has a lot going for it, but a bargain price isn't one of them.
The $900 Asus ZenBook Flip 14 makes for a solid entry in the current crop of Intel 8th-generation 2-in-1 convertibles, but you can do better for a tad more cash.
The $1,000 ZenBook 13 makes for a compelling ultraportable laptop, particularly for productivity-minded users with a taste for casual gaming.
The Azio Hue 2 keyboard boasts a roomy design, smooth, quiet keystrokes, and a reasonably inexpensive price (including a mouse). But its membrane-style switches were a bit sticky on our unit.
Packing a quad-core 8th-generation Intel processor and a robust battery into an impressively thin and light shell, the peppy but pricey LG Gram cranks all day without weighing you down.
With its vintage design and clicky, deeply satisfying typing feel, the Azio Retro Classic is an enticing—if pricey—treat for dedicated PC or Mac typists.
The Samsung Notebook 7 Spin isn't the fastest 2-in-1 convertible on the block, but it combines solid quad-core performance and impressive battery life, all in a reasonably small and affordable package.
Lenovo’s quad-core, Kaby Lake Refresh-powered Yoga 920 cuts a fine figure as it chews up laptop performance benchmarks, but we can think of at least one competing 2-in-1 that we believe is a better value.
Boasting speedy quad-core performance, a swiveling display and a reasonably price tag, the Dell Inspiron 13 5000 makes for a compelling ultrabook.
While the Acer Swift 1 delivers a lot for less than $350—a slim and light chassis, plenty of battery life, an SSD and even a fingerprint reader—it makes painful speed and storage compromises to get there.
If you need to write a report or compose lengthy email while you're on the road, the sturdy and comfy Logitech Keys-To-Go keyboard will make typing on your Android or iOS device a lot easier.
The Asus VivoBook S510 impresses with its looks, feel, and agility with day-to-day office tasks, but it falls painfully short in a key area: battery life.
A new class of money-sending apps makes it easy to send or request cash from your friends. Read on for our top picks.
With its huge user base, sleek interface, flexible payment options and agility at splitting bills, Venmo is the peer-to-peer payment app to beat.
If you're a Facebook user and you enjoy chatting with friends using Facebook Messenger, you're just taps away from exchanging cash with your Facebook buddies.