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.
PCWorld’s Gordon Mah Ung talks to David McAfee about why 7nm Ryzen 4000 is a “watershed moment for AMD,” and how it will change mobile computing.
The Razer Tomahawk N1 uses Intel's NUC mini-PC model to make a PC case that lets you slide in prebuilt motherboard modules and pretty much any graphics card, for easy upgrading.
The Dell Latitude 9510 is a new breed of corporate laptop with perks galore. We take a closer look at the thin bezels, Optimizer software, and 5G networking.
Dell shows its Concept UFO modular gaming PC, Concept Duet dual-display laptop, and Concept Ori folding PC at CES in Las Vegas.
Samsung's Galaxy Chromebook declares that premium Chromebooks are a thing, offering a thin, light, and beautiful design.
HP's Elite Dragonfly is thin, light, and now easier to find thanks to an integrated Tile option.
Acer’s ConceptD 7 Ezel and ConceptD 7 Ezel Pro are laptops designed for creators, with top-shelf parts in stylish shells, and a versatile two-hinged display.
Lenovo's famously durable, yet lightweight ThinkPad X1 Carbon reaches its 8th generation with Intel's 10th-generation Comet Lake CPUs, some fortified with vPro security.
Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Yoga is a premium corporate laptop with 360-degree hinge, and it moves into its 5th generation with the 10th generation of Intel Core power.
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.