Mediaworkstations gives the a-X2P a significant upgrade with AMD's latest EPYC Genoa 96-core processors.
Alienware’s 18-inch m18 R1 runs the tables in gaming benchmarks thanks to an optional RTX 4090 CPU and speedy, 480 Hz display.
Razer's mid-sized gaming laptop gets a bit taller, with a stunning dual-mode display. But similarly performing gaming laptops can be had for $1,000 less.
System76 is moving into the world of original laptop design. Its Linux toting portables will also benefit from good reparability and upgradability.
The MSI Raider GE78 HX has a 16:10 screen and powerful new components from Intel and Nvidia, but it's hard to get the base off for upgrades, and the fans get very loud.
AMD has added a visual differentiator for laptops running its latest and greatest technology. Just look for the orange sticker if you want a Zen 4-based laptop, AMD advises.
The Galaxy Book 3 Ultra combines the aesthetic of Apple’s MacBook Pro line with the familiar hardware from the Wintel ecosystem.
The Asus ROG Zephyrus Duo 16 is a dual-screen laptop powered by Nvidia and AMD's latest chips, but what really stands out is how nice its mini LED main display is.
HP's new Omen Transcend 16 boasts a mini LED screen and a thin design with chips from Intel and Nvidia.
Framework is introducing new Intel and AMD versions of the Framework Laptop 13, as well as a new 16-inch notebook with upgradeable graphics and removable numpads.
The Asus ROG Strix G16 is the latest gaming laptop to highlight the strengths of Raptor Lake and RTX 40.
HP's Dragonfly Pro is an attractive, well-performing laptop with dedicated 24/7 tech support at the press of a button. But it's marred by software bugs that make it feel unfinished.
Dell will start to remove Chinese ICs from products starting in 2025, says a new report, moving steadily to cut all Chinese manufacturing from US-sold products by 2027.
PotatoP demonstrably runs better than a potato, but uses a 96 MHz CPU and mono reflective display to facilitate its 2-year battery life.
The $2,099 Gigabyte Aorus 15X brings the firepower with its Core i9-13900HX CPU and GeForce RTX 4070 GPU.
Dell is upgrading the XPS 15 and XPS 17 to 13th Gen Intel CPUs and Nvidia's GeForce RTX 40-series GPUs, but their looks aren't changing.