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Best Lenovo Laptops

Lenovo's notebooks have long been praised for their best-in-class keyboards and durable designs, but those qualities are just the tip of a very tall iceberg. From ThinkPads that set the gold standar...

Best 2-in-1s of 2015 (Laptop/Tablet Hybrids)

It has smarter search, improved multitasking and a broader array of compelling apps. But Microsoft's Windows 8.1 OS doesn't really shine unless you have a great tablet or hybrid to go along with it.

Acer Unleashes Fastest Chromebook Yet With Core i5 Power

Chromebooks are getting bigger and better, thanks to Acer. The company today unveiled a new version of its C910 Chromebook that packs Intel's Core i5 CPU, making it the fastest Chromebook on the marke...

Laptops with the Longest Battery Life

No matter how stacked its specs are, a laptop is useless if it can't hold a charge. Fortunately, there are plenty of notebooks that go the distance. Using our Laptop Mag Battery Test (continuous Web s...

Best Ultrabooks 2015

If you're looking for the thinnest and lightest PC laptops on the market, you'll often find them labeled as "Ultrabooks." A brainchild of Intel, the Ultrabook specification means that a notebook has l...

Best HP Laptops

We love HP for its sleekly designed laptops that provide comfortable keyboards and touchpads. The company's wide selection ranges from 11-inch convertibles to big-screen multimedia systems, offering something for any budget or use.

Best New MacBook Alternative Is $600 Cheaper

Every time Apple unveils a new laptop, its competitors attempt to ride the ensuing PR and social media tsunami by making direct comparisons to their own products. Two days after the new 12-inch MacBoo...

Best & Worst Laptop Brands 2015

The most important question we try to answer at Laptop Mag is the following: "What laptop should I buy?" It's a question with many facets and tons of possible answers. But, often, a good place to star...

Apple: Best and Worst Laptop Brands 2015

It's good to be the king -- and it's good for you, too. Apple is simply the best laptop maker when it comes to reviews, performance, tech support, keyboards and touchpads, audio quality and preloaded software.

Dell: Best and Worst Laptop Brands 2015

Dell saw a meteoric rise this year, going from fifth place to second. Despite being the third-most popular brand -- with 12.8 percent market share, according to Gartner -- the company hasn't always fared so well on our evaluations.