Long-time PC power user turned Apple convert Alan Dang shares his thoughts on Apple's MacBook in this, the first of a two-part review of the hardware and operating environment.
Bigger is still better among new multimedia notebooks, where heft and battery life aren't as important as bright screens and video wizardry.
Executives, road warriors, and gadget geeks all lust after ultraportable notebooks. Five of these amazing machines battle it out in this roundup.
Solaris Computer Systems changed its name to MaxForce PC and set its top-tier Revolution GTX3 system down at our table. Let’s see how the beast measures up to some tough competition.
Gaming enthusiasts always look for an edge, but that edge usually comes at a cost--time or money. We compare three systems from HP, Falcon NW, and Vigor aimed at gamers with more money than time.
Well established in performance circles, Überclok’s factory-overclocked systems are now available for well under $2,000. But how does the brand's new Ion PC perform against our $1,500 SBM machine?
Macs have come a very long way and can pretty much do everything a Windows PC can Apple says. So why do I still have a PC right beside me?
When purchasing a new computer these days, many wonder whether a bulky tower system unit is even necessary, given the advantages of a notebook.
Shuttle's KPC is here. It offers cost-effective green computing for the masses. Power users need not apply.
We put two PCs from newcomer Solaris Computer Systems through the paces to see if the Nebula XL and Photon XLX have what it takes to deliver performance and value.
Does twice the price ever produce a product that's twice as nice? Systems from AVA Direct and Digital Storm compete to answer that question.