The Acer Nitro 5 is a gaming laptop for the rest of us, with an 8th-gen Core i5-8300H and discrete GTX 1050 graphics for just $750.
Dell's new mainstream gaming laptops include the G3 15 and G3 17, the G5 15, and the G7 15, with prices starting at $749 for surprisingly well-equipped models.
HP's Envy 17 has the power to speed through tasks with ease.
The HP Envy 13 shoehorns a quad-core CPU into a thin laptop with some help from a thermal utility and clever ventilation.
The HP Envy x360 15 gives you the power of choice, with both Intel and AMD CPU options for this midpriced, 360-degree convertible.
The HP Envy x360 13 will be all Ryzen, all the time, with the Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 7 mobile CPUs as its only processor options.
Google's Waymo will launch a ride service with self-driving cars in Phoenix, Arizona, later in 2018. The company emphasized its safety record in the wake of Uber's pedestrian fatality earlier this year.
The X1 Yoga is one of Lenovo's legendary Thinkpad business laptops, this time with a 360--degree hinge for convertible pizzazz. See that and more in our unboxing and hands-on.
We’ve already tried the most important new features in Windows 10 April 2018 Update through recent Insider builds. Check out what to expect in these detailed stories.
HP debuts a 15.6-inch Pavilion Gaming Laptop with configuration options galore, but the market for mainstream gamers is getting crowded.
PCWorld's Star Wars gift guide, is for people who are (or are shopping for) Star Wars fans who are also tech geeks. Our top picks range from droids to drones, from LEGOs to ugly sweaters, and even snow globes.
The HP Chromebook x2 brings 2-in-1 versatility to Chrome OS. By aiming to topple the iPad Pro, however, it's made itself more expensive than most other Chromebooks.
The Alienware 15 and Alienware 17 premium gaming laptops don't skimp, offering six-core Intel Core CPUs on all but one model, and discrete graphics up to a GeForce GTX 1080.
Acer's Aspire S24 is the opposite of chunky, which is saying a lot for an all-in-one. With a 0.235-inch-thin display and an equally slender base, it's a PC that fits almost anywhere.
The first Chrome tablet is clearly aimed at the iPad in education. Acer's Chromebook Tab 10 D651N matches its popular rival in most features and even in price.