Help to prevent the spread of coronavirus. For the latest information on COVID-19, go to the CDC's website.

Laptop

Editor choice 1 Dell Inspiron 15 5570 Review: Decent Play

Dell Inspiron 15 5570 Review: Decent Play

Entry-level graphics 15.6" anti-glare display Backlit keyboard Dell Inspiron 15 5570 Review: Reserved Design When the Dell Inspiron 15 5570 drop by the PC.com Tested Labs, it put out a simple and straightforward ...
8.1
2 Razer Blade 15 Review: Small, solid, strong

Razer Blade 15 Review: Small, solid, strong

It's been just over five years since Razer introduced the original Blade laptop. At the time, it was the gaming answer to the ever- popular MacBook form factor—14-inch body, aluminum chassis, solid clamshell design. Read our Razer Blade 15 Review. ...
9
3 HP Chromebook x2 Review

HP Chromebook x2 Review

HP’s latest Chromebook is the first detachable Chrome OS machine, with the ability to run full Linux. Read our HP Chromebook x2 Review. Typically aimed at the classroom or the ultra- low-cost end of the market, the Chromebook continues its march ...
8
4 HP Envy x2 Snapdragon Review: No Intel inside

HP Envy x2 Snapdragon Review: No Intel inside

PCs have always been based on x86 processors, invented by Intel in the late 1970s. This year, Intel even released a special 40th-anniversary edition of its fastest Core i7 processor, the i7-8086K. With impeccable timing, HP has chosen just this ...
6
5 Acer Chromebook Spin 11 Review: Acer spins out a winning ChromeOS machine

Acer Chromebook Spin 11 Review: Acer spins out a winning ChromeOS machine

In the past, Chromebooks have generally been regarded as lower-end cheap laptops, fit for education and casual web-browsing. However, in a post-Pixelbook world, do they still fill the same role? Well, as the Acer Chromebook Spin 11 proves, they ...
0
6 Asus ZenBook Flip S UX370 Review: Asus sets the bar high with this versatile performer

Asus ZenBook Flip S UX370 Review: Asus sets the bar high with this versatile performer

Asus only updated its ZenBook Flip S a few months ago, but then Intel released some new Kaby Lake R 8-generation processors and Asus felt the need to squeeze them into its product lines. Read our Asus ZenBook Flip S UX370 Review. And we're ...
0
7 Planet Gemini PDA Review

Planet Gemini PDA Review

Is that a clamshell in your pocket? Will Meister encounters a tiny, ARM-powered PC that revives a much-loved form factor. Read our Planet Gemini PDA Review. SPECS OS: Android, Debian Display: 5.99 inch, 18:9 2,160x1,080px, ...
7
8 Rocketbook Wave Executive Review: Space pen meets science oven

Rocketbook Wave Executive Review: Space pen meets science oven

Ever wished that what you scribbled on paper could magically be stored in your PC? The Rocketbook is the answer! Maybe. Read our Rocketbook Wave Executive Review. You buy this comb-bound notebook and write or draw on its pages, which have a ...
6
9 Iota Slim Review: Pared-down portable

Iota Slim Review: Pared-down portable

Once upon a time, netbooks - mini laptops with limited specifications at a low price - were the future. Then along came the iPad. Still, demand for cheap portable PCs never went away. Read our Iota Slim Review. Laptop- tablets like Asus’s ...
6
10 Dell G3 15 Review: Not a good look

Dell G3 15 Review: Not a good look

Although Dell calls it a “Thin Gaming Laptop", this 15.6in notebook isn’t especially thin and nor does it have to be used for gaming. With Intel’s new quad-core i5-8300H processor and a 4GB GeForce GTX 1050 graphics card shoehorned into its ...
6
11 HP EliteBook 840 G5 Review: Performance for power users

HP EliteBook 840 G5 Review: Performance for power users

The EliteBook offers a very wide range of performance and price points, with the 840 G5 being on the higher end of that sliding scale. The first thing that strikes you about the GS is how well made it is. Read our HP EliteBook 840 G5 Review. ...
8
Best price 12 Acer Chromebook 14 for Work: All work, some play

Acer Chromebook 14 for Work: All work, some play

Acer’s Chromebook 14 is a compact laptop that runs Google’s Chrome operating system instead of Windows. That means it can’t do all the same things as a regular PC, but should manage anything you’d normally do within a web browser. Read ...
8
TOP NEW Review
Logo
Enable registration in settings - general