Luke Larsen

Luke Larsen

Luke Larsen is the Associate Editor of Computing at Digital Trends. Before working at DT, he worked as Tech Editor at Paste Magazine for over four years and has bylines at IGN, The Oregonian, and TouchArcade. Luke is obsessed with designer board games, Star Wars, and endlessly tinkering with his guitar pedal board.
Articles
Computing

The launch of the new MacBook Pro has been a complete disaster

Apple has flubbed what should've been a simple processor bump for the MacBook Pro. From issues with pricing and CPU throttling to the keyboard, the MacBook Pro is in an even worse position than before the update.
Computing

Tired of choosing between Windows and Mac? Check out these Chromebooks instead

We've compiled a list of the best Chromebooks -- laptops that combine great battery life, comfortable keyboards, and the performance it takes to run Google's lightweight Chrome OS. From Samsung to Acer, these are the Chromebooks that really…
Computing

Gaming on a laptop has never been better. These are your best options

Gaming desktops are powerful, but they tie you down to your desk. For those of us who prefer a more mobile experience, here are the best gaming laptops on the market, ranging from budget machines to maxed-out, wallet-emptying PCs.
Computing

From MacBooks to Pixelbooks, here are the best laptop deals for Prime Day

Amazon Prime Day is one of the biggest online sales day of the year -- and a great time to pick up a new laptop. From Chromebooks to gaming laptops, these are our choices for the best laptops to consider buying at Amazon's big sale in 2018.
Computing

This 34-inch, curved, ultrawide 144Hz gaming monitor is only $385 on Prime Day

If you're looking for a killer gaming monitor, we have just the Amazon Prime Day deal for you. This curved, 34-inch ultrawide monitor normally sells for $600, but now it's only $385.
Product Review

Dell’s G3 Gaming laptop knows what gamers want, and what they can live without

Compromise and budget gaming laptops go hand-in-hand, but with the G3, Dell has figured out how to balance what gamers want with what they can live without.