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Whether you're looking for extreme portability, high-performance gaming on-the-go, a portable workstation replacement, or the best value on a budget, Tom's Hardware has the reviews, specifications, and benchmarks to help you find what matters most to you in a laptop.
When it comes to memory, most of our focus is on the desktop and its replaceable CPUs. The mobile side typically moves slower. But Intel's Haswell architecture imposes interesting changes, and we saw fit to...
This is Toshiba's very first Chromebook.
Tom's Hardware's editorial team combed through CES 2014 in Las Vegas and came up with 12 different products that caught our eyes in different ways. Read on for more depth on why we assembled the following list...
Living the dual life of an Android tablet and a Windows 8 machine.
This gaming notebook has two Nvidia GPUs in SLI.
These two laptops are slated to launch in mid-2014.
Lenovo is introducing four new laptops.
Check out Lenovo's newest ThinkPad!
Lenovo has introduced new MIIX 2 hybrids.
Lenovo is launching a new Yoga 2 convertible laptop later this month, and another in February.
Here are two touch-based Lenovo laptops that convert into a Stand.
A new brand in PC gaming hardware is set to launch in Las Vegas. We have the first bits of info on what it'll be.
The new Chromebook is Moonstone White.
The IEC is hoping to reduce e-waste while also making laptop charging more convenient.
Google and HP are recalling the original charger of the Chromebook 11.
Dell is entering the Chromebook market next month.
This notebook built for gamers has a 2880 x 1620 resolution.
There's a good chance that Eurocom's Panther 5D notebook is faster than your desktop. The sample we're reviewing sports a six-core Core i7-3970X, two GeForce GTX 680M modules in SLI, 32 GB of DDR3-1600, and...
Acer is now offering a Chromebook with a touchscreen.
This dual-mode laptop can bend over backwards for you.
Check out the ClickPad 2.0 on the HP Spectre 13
Asus will introduce Chromebooks at CES 2014 and wearable tech at Computex.
The role of CEO has been eliminated, and all duties will likely fall on the President.
This Temash-based notebook has a touch screen supporting ten fingers.
There's a new Ubuntu Ultrabook in town with Haswell processors.
Toshiba's latest Dynabook is a Haswell machine with a battery life to die for.