Which gaming laptop should you buy? From size, to performance, to budget, to features, this buyer's guide will help you find the right gaming laptop for your needs.
Independent, testing-based reviews of laptops from HP, Dell, Apple, Lenovo, Acer and more. We pick the best budget, premium, and gaming PCs, and compare AMD vs. Intel.
With its AMD Ryzen 3 CPU, this Acer Aspire 5 laptop has a roomy display, a slim-and-trim chassis, solid everyday performance, and a sub-$350 price tag.
The Acer Chromebook Spin 713 is the company's fanciest Chromebook to date, with sleek design, high-end features, and even an enterprise version.
The HP Chromebook x360 12b offers good design and quality where it counts, plus decent performance and solid battery life.
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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.
The Lenovo IdeaPad Chromebook Duet is the latest attempt to meld Chromebook productivity with Android versatility. Can the affordable price shift more users away from plain old clamshells?
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The HP Envy 15 leads a laptop line rebranded for creators that puts a lot of substance (high-end CPUs and discrete graphics) behind its stylish design.
The best laptops for working from home can be surprisingly affordable, as long as they have certain minimum specs and essential features like webcams, audio jacks and more.
The Lenovo Legion 5i and 7i gaming laptops will debut Nvidia's Advanced Optimus technology, which will manage G-Sync power usage to extend battery life.
The Logitech Powered wireless charging dock, stand, and pad provide Qi wireless charging support for Android and iPhone handsets.
AMD’s 64-core Threadripper 3990X won the chip war at CES. PCWorld’s Gordon Mah Ung talked to AMD’s David McAfee to get more details.
At CES we got a closer look at the upcoming MSI GS66 Stealth and GE66 Raider laptops, whose new features range from huge batteries to teeny, tiny fan blades.
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