2014 gaming news and reviews of the best gaming laptops, accessories, consoles and Android-gaming hardware (Android sticks and media centers).
Google Chromebook's popularity is on the rise. A recent Gartner study predicted that more than 5 million Chromebooks will sell in 2014. However, Chromebooks lack the necessary power to run high-end ga...
We've got golden iPhones, Galaxy S5s and HTC Ones, so why not laptops? MSI has tricked out the GS60 Ghost and GS60 Ghost Pro 3K, swapping out their sleek black aluminum bodies for gilded golden chassi...
The Razer Blade 14 is comfortably seated at the intersection of portability and power, offering excellent graphics and gaming performance with an ultra-high-res display in a slim, lightweight chassis.
The Nvidia Shield Tablet provides a kick-ass combination of features, including a very-fast K1 processor, game streaming and a versatile stylus.
The Lenovo Y50 gaming laptop delivers powerful performance in a lightweight design, but we'd opt for the ultra HD screen.
The Eurocom M4 is a highly configurable and fast 13-inch gaming notebook in a light design, but it suffers from heat, noise and short battery life.
The MSI GS70 Stealth Pro is a svelte 17-inch gaming laptop that pairs a fast Core i7 processor with a powerful Nvidia 800 GPU.
The Logitech G602 provides the quality players expect from Logitech's wired mice, with only a few design foibles to hold it back.
The Alienware 17 gaming laptop retains the stunning looks and awesome display of its predecessor and adds a more powerful CPU and the latest Nvidia graphics.
The Digital Storm Krypton gaming laptop offers very strong graphics performance and a customizable backlit keyboard.