Acer is calling "world's fastest" thanks to a Core i5 refresh of its Chromebook 15 (C910).
Google has not only updated the Chromebook Pixel, but launched a standalone Google Store for hardware and accessories.
Apple reboots the MacBook brand with a notebook that promises all-day battery life and for the first time, it will be fanless.
Acer's got two new Chromebooks coming soon that are built to be extra-tough in order to take the punishment they'll receive from students in schools.
The Tom's Hardware team was out in force at the Consumer Electronics show in Las Vegas this year, and we've finally had a chance to regroup and establish our CES 2015 Top Picks.
MSI's Gaming Dock is big and blocky, but it offers some impressive capabilities, and it comes with a very fine gaming notebook. And it is an alternative to the standard paradigm of personal computer.
Predictably, Dell brought a number of new SKUs with it to CES. The company has updated its line of Alienware gaming notebooks, as well as its Inspiron and XPS family of notebooks.
The MSI GT80 Titan SLI laptop is huge, but it has powerful (and upgradable) components, a "please-touch-me" mechanical keyboard with Cherry MX Brown switches.
AMD is debuting its high-performance Carrizo and Carrizo-L system-on-a-chip design at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), and we're the first to offer pictures of the prototype.
At the Asus press conference at CES today, the company debuted a trio of new 2-in-1 devices, all bearing the “Chi” moniker, including the Transformer Book T300 Chi, T100 Chi and T90 Chi.
Origin PC loaded its new EON17-X and EON15-X gaming notebooks with desktop Intel processors, because of course it did.
Lenovo announces that it has sold 100 million ThinkPads so far, and at the same time it launches six more ThinkPad laptops.