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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.
Acer last week revealed its plans for a 3D laptop and this week, the company made the notebook official.
New laptops, netbooks and all-in-one PCs are popping up everywhere. Check it out.
Canesta is developing a "Project Natal killer" for the PC, laptops, and other devices.
Shield your eyes Apple fans, you do not want to see this.
Unibody, yeah...Rock your body, yeah...
The self opening laptop that responds to your heat. Hot.
ARMed to the teeth!
Can Windows' underpinnings beat out OS X's BSD heritage?
Good news for the folks eager to run Google's Android OS, Acer has released its very first Android netbook. The bad news is that you're not escaping Windows just yet.
After the launch of ATI's Cypress and Juniper parts, ATI's Mobility Radeon 3870 X2 is now three generations old. Is it still fast enough for gamers on the go? ASI sent us its IQ17-D2 with a mobile Core 2...
Dell Mini 10? Maybe not.
Apple seems confident.
Acer revealed the "world's first" 3D laptop using in-house software, a special screen coating, and polarized glasses.
CULV makes another thin and light.
It's the "affordable" multitouch notebook.
Pedaled-powered laptops for school children in Afghanistan.
Nehalem has finally gone mobile. But despite the advanced manufacturing that has gone into making Core i7 Mobile more efficient, it's still rated at up to 55W TDP and includes features like Hyper-Threading and...
A new Windows is coming! Time to buy a Mac?
Look at that hinge.
Remember that Nokia netbook the company announced a few weeks ago? Well it's coming to AT&T and it's only going to cost you three hundred bucks when coupled with a "leave your soul at the door" two year...
Microphone cable overheat.
HP has announced the limited edition Envy 15 Beats, a music notebook that is the product of a collaboration with Dr Dre and Beats co-founder Jimmy Iovine.
Love them or hate them, netbooks are definitely serving a lot of people's needs in the laptop department, which makes it awfully unfortunate to have to note that they're bringing the over all revenue generated...
Here's your thin and light right here.
It's the one you might see on Laptop Hunters!
Mac owners are ballers.