Dell's XPS 15 9550 gaming laptop targets users that want solid performance in a slim and feature-rich package.
The Origin PC EON17-SLX features a desktop-class Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 graphics module and Intel Core i7-6700K host processor. Let's see what it can do!
The sleek 17-inch Lenovo Y700 offers solid build quality and excellent gaming performance. But does a larger screen set it apart from the 15-inch touch-capable version?
The Dell Inspiron 15 7559 is a budget-oriented laptop aimed at gamers who want to play the latest titles on the go. Let's see what this sub-$800 system can do.
The new Lenovo Ideapad Y700-15 Touch might be the perfect power user gaming laptop. It provides excellent multimedia and gaming performance for a relatively affordable price.
Take a hands-on look at Acer's latest response to the growing gaming laptop market: The Predator 15.
Will VR enable a perfect blending of games and movies, or usher in a whole new form of story-telling and content creation? We interviewed execs from Oculus and Epic to gain some insight.
Our Tom's Hardware Italy team recently had the chance to interview representatives from Pandora Machine, an Italian Steam Machine builder that plans to introduce its own take on Valve's platform concept, but based on a customized version of Windows 8.1.
Tom's Hardware's Editorial Director, Chris Angelini, sits down with DICE's Johan Andersson to talk about Battlefield 4, the Frostbite 3 engine, features he wants to see in next-gen hardware, developing for the Xbox One and PS4, and AMD's Mantle API.
Tom's Hardware's Community Manager, Joe Pishgar, eagerly anticipated the launch of SimCity. Now, a month later, he has something to say about EA's handling of the day-one issues and the continued problems plaguing a game he wanted so much to enjoy.
Our first stop at this year's CES was Nvidia's suite in the Palms, where company representatives showed off pre-production versions of its Shield handheld. Chris Angelini weighs in with some of the specifics, plus his impressions of Nvidia's effort.
Razer continued developing Project Fiona, which we saw at E3 last year, and it's turning into the Edge. We spent some time with it at CES, and are ready with some first impressions, along with a report on the hardware and accessories Razer plans to sell.