This year's show felt like a big one for PC enthusiasts, but not just because of new tech. Most the obvious trends focus on ways to solve old problems, and including some of that've plagued the PC since its creation.
Dell's XPS 13 was our favorite laptop of 2015. Now, the 2-in-1 version has swept us off our feet. Though it looks much like its traditional laptop cousin, the 2-in-1 makes subtle tweaks that we think make a winning formula.
Modern gaming laptops aren't beautiful, it's true, but to demand they become a pillar of design and elegance is missing the point. Gaming is about performance, and if that means a sacrifice in looks, so be it.
Lenovo's new ThinkPad X1 Carbon looks a lot like the old one. While the changes appear subtle, they are significant. Cut-down bezels and light design earns the new Carbon a spot among the best portable workhorses.
Intel has launched its full lineup of 7th-generation hardware, including mobile quad-core and desktop hardware. Most of the line is what enthusiasts expected, but a few surprises spice up the announcement.