Here are our favorite gaming laptops for every need, based on our testing and reviews.
The Lenovo Flex 5G is the nicest Arm-based Windows PC, but the 5G isn’t all that notable when networks aren’t built out.
The ThinkPad X1 Yoga Gen 5 offers incremental improvements,though its hefty price tag limits the clientele who would benefit most from it.
Asus’ ROG Zephyrus M15 (GU502) is a solid attempt at an understated mainstream gamer. But the AMD-powered G14 model is a better choice for most people.
A report says that Windows 10X will debut on single-screen business devices in spring 2021 and show up in dual-screen devices in 2022.
The Asus TUF Gaming A15 gaming laptop proved it can go toe-to-toe with competitors in our benchmarks. But its screen makes things look bland.
Sleek design, plenty of ports and a comfy keyboard make the ThinkPad X1 Carbon (Gen 8) a productivity powerhouse.
For Back to School 2020, we’re pointing you to some of our favorite tech so you know what gear to get for the school year.
The ZenBook 13 holds a unique place in the ultraportable market thanks to discrete graphics and proprietary convenience features.
The Alienware Area-51m won't be able to upgrade beyond RTX 2070 Super, 2080 Super, or current AMD Radeon RX.
The Dell G7 15 and 17 gaming laptops have been redesigned and slimmed down and are also getting 10th Gen Intel Core processors.
Acer’s Swift 5 laptop will come with next-generation Intel chips using integrated Xe graphics or an optional Nvidia GPU.
Acer’s virtual press event gave us a look at its new lineup of laptops: the Helios 300 and 700, a Triton 300 and Nitro 7. But they all won’t be available until October.
At WWDC, Apple announced its intentions to transition its Mac computers to its own custom designs based on Arm.