The Kirabook takes Ultrabook displays beyond 1080p, going head-to-head with the Retina MacBook Pro. Can Toshiba compete in this uber-high-end market?
The HP Envy x2 has a question for you: why buy a laptop and a tablet when you can have both at the same price? At $599, this convertible certainly makes for an intriguing proposition. Can it really replace two other devices when sold at the same price as either?
Intel has revealed more information about integrated graphics in its new Intel Core processors slated for release this summer. Incredible performance gains are promised for desktops and high-end laptops, but Ultrabooks may see more modest improvement.
Want to buy a gaming mouse, but not sure what features you need? Why not have all of them? The Genius Gila GX crams in everything from an 8200 DPI sensor to built-in memory at an affordable price.
The VivoBook S550CA is a super-sized Ultrabook with a 15.6-inch display and edge-to-edge glass touchscreen. Does it reinvent the desktop replacement, or follow the well-trod road of incremental progress?
The optical drive is an endangered species. Digital has proven itself quicker and more convenient for most; but some users remain skeptical. In truth, ditching the disc is not difficult, though that doesn't make it the right choice for every user.
Although the free-to-play model is huge right now and grabbing headlines, it isn't the future of gaming. It's just another model, and one that will fade away sooner or later.
AMD aims for the performance crown with its new Radeon HD 7990, a dual-GPU graphics card boasting 6GB of GDDR5 RAM and four times more compute power than the Sony PlayStation 4 – all for the low, low price of $999.
Acer’s new T3-600 is just another boring desktop tower. Or is it? Though sold at an affordable $600, this new system stands out from the crowd through its functional design, well-rounded performance, and easy upgradability.
The rise of the tablet has changed the computing landscape. Laptop manufacturers shouldn’t ignore this success; instead, the lessons taught by tablets should be used to turn the old-fashioned clamshell into the PC of tomorrow.
Razer has announced it will honor an unauthorized coupon code that let buyers save 90 percent off products on the company's UK website. The orders may take weeks or months to fulfill, but most buyers will eventually receive their cut-rate gaming peripherals.
Razer’s Edge is the world’s first gaming tablet. Through black magic and dark pacts, the company has managed to stick an Intel Core processor and Nvidia graphics chip into a tablet barely larger than the Surface Pro. Does the impressive hardware lead to an awesome gaming experience, or is the Edge just an expensive novelty?
Though Windows 8 has received mixed reviews, it remains Microsoft’s latest operating system. If you own a Mac, and you want to use Windows, purchasing Windows 8 is likely the best option. Follow our guide to find out just how easy it is to install Windows 8 on a Mac.
Toshiba’s Satellite U845t brings touch to the company’s mainstream 14-inch Ultrabook. At first glance, the update seems trivial – but there are serious upgrades under the hood. Has Toshiba shipped an affordable powerhouse?
Rumors say that Google seeks to unify its two disparate operating systems, Android and Chrome OS, with a laptop that runs Android alone. No one knows if this is true, but if it is, would the resulting laptop be worth your hard-earned money?