In the relatively brief history of computing, only a few machines have become iconic. Not necessarily because they were a commercial success, mind you, but because they introduced technologies or concepts that went on to become influential.
The American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) today released updated scores for PC manufacturers. Apple is once again leading the pack.
Have you ever claimed you could build a faster machine than top-tier vendors, but needed proof? We dig into five off-the-shelf sub-$500 configurations to figure out what they can and cannot do. The results probably won't surprise Tom's Hardware regulars.
Looks like the recent HP laptop smasher wasn't the only consumer forced to put up with a faulty laptop.