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The Dell Inspiron 17-3721 offers a large and sharp 17.3-inch display and solid Windows 8 performance at a very affordable price.
ASUS jumped up two spots this year in our annual Best and Worst Notebook Brands report, which ranks the leading laptop makers based on all of the most important features. We've always been fans of the...
Posted 3/11/2013 12:28:59 PM
AUSTIN (Laptopmag.com)-- Leap Motion showed off its new motion controller at this year's South by Southwest Interactive conference. There were various computers running different motion-controlle...
Posted 3/9/2013 1:03:47 PM
We get asked the same question all the time: What's the best brand for laptops? It's a big question with a lot of factors to consider. Most often, our response is to ask for more specifics about what a particular shopper really needs.
Posted 3/8/2013 4:48:19 PM
A struggling Dell has decided to take itself private at a time its PC shipments have dropped nearly 13 percent over the past year. There have been some bright spots, including the very nifty XPS 12 convertible.
Posted 3/8/2013 4:43:16 PM
Toshiba took quite a tumble in this year's report, falling all the way from a tie for fourth place in 2012 to a basement-dwelling ninth place finish this time around. What's to blame? We'd point...
Posted 3/8/2013 4:42:00 PM
Sony dropped a couple of spots this year, going from fourth to sixth place. That puts this brand right between Sasmung and Dell. On the plus side, Sony's designs continue to impress, with premium ma...
Posted 3/8/2013 4:41:20 PM
Lenovo is nipping at HP's heels when it comes to being the No. 1 notebook seller worldwide, and it's easy to see why. Between venerable business Ultrabooks like the ThinkPad X1 Carbon and innovati...
Posted 3/8/2013 4:40:18 PM
We're a big fan of Samsung's designs. Ultrabooks like the Series 9 and Series 7 just reek of sleek. Samsung also shined in this year's Tech Support Showdown, offering a revamped site and help vi...
Posted 3/8/2013 4:39:23 PM
HP dropped out of our top three this year, taking a backseat to Apple, Lenovo and ASUS. It's not that HP did anything wrong; it's just not innovating as fast as the competition.
Posted 3/8/2013 4:38:47 PM