A gaming laptop that doesn't try to sear retinas with excess RGB is indeed a welcome change.
The Alienware Area-51m is a partially future-proof gaming desktop replacement that doesn't compromise on performance.
Dual-screen laptops are no longer science fiction, but they're still too early to go mainstream.
It's not often that you come across a sane, unpretentious laptop that you can recommend without hesitation.
The Asus VivoBook X509 offers suitable performance for daily workloads and lightweight gaming
It's powerful, has great battery life, it's well built, and it gets the basics right.
Laptops that retail at about 60 percent of the price can perform twice as well as the PS63.
Asus continues to step up with offering powerful hardware in a small form-factor design.
The ASUS TUF Gaming FX505DT is an impressive entry-point for someone buying their first gaming laptop.
This laptop is as close to perfect as I can expect a gaming laptop to be.
The Asus TUF FX705 does indeed prove to be quite an interesting choice for the casual gamer.
If you're looking for the thinnest and lightest 15-inch Ultrabook out there, you've found it.
The 2018 MacBook Air is a great device, but it doesn't fill any gaps in Apple's line-up.
The Dell Latitude 7390 2-in-1 is a stellar performer but overkill for the regular business user.
This isn’t an exciting laptop, but it’s a sensibly configured one that's powerful enough for most.
If you're a gamer on a budget, and aesthetics don't matter, the Dell G3 is perfect for you.
Who is the Surface Book 2 meant for? The honest answer to that is simply, "I don't know."
The Ideapad 330S features a pleasant screen and offers adequate performance for the average user.
This is a beast of a machine, but I don't think it's ridiculous enough to be spectacular.
It’s a good device, but it doesn’t manage to walk the fine line between portability and performance.