We don't have all the information yet, but MSI has unveiled many of the details of its new gaming notebooks with Intel Skylake CPUs.
Acer updated its Aspire V series of notebooks with the launch of mobile Skylake CPUs, and as expected, the V Nitro Series, especially the Black Edition notebooks, are some particularly impressive pieces of kit.
Acer announced the launch of its new series of affordable notebooks. The Aspire One Cloudbook will be available in two sizes, comes with Windows 10, and both models are available for $200 or less.
Acer introduced new E Series notebooks powered by Windows 10, with more Windows 10-based systems coming later this year.
At Lenovo Tech World, Lenovo announced three new consumer laptop lines in the IdeaPad series as well as the enthusiast Z-series.
Acer showed off its massive upcoming lineup of devices at its New York press event including notebooks, all-in-one desktop PCs and monitors.
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.