Laptop Guide

If you're in the market for a high-performance laptop, you have plenty of choices. Unfortunately, you'll have to navigate a minefield of inferior options. Our laptop reviews and buying guides are here to help you find and compare the best 2014 laptops for your needs and your budget.

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Windows 10 Borrows MacBook Trackpad Gestures

Windows 10 is bringing back what people loved about Windows 7, but it's also taking some cues from the competition at Apple. Revealed at a keynote at TechEd Europe, Windows 10 will support multi-finge...

Alienware 13 Review

The Alienware 13 takes PC gaming in a bold new direction, giving you a stunning display on the go and a powerful graphics accelerator for your abode.

ASUS G751JY Review

The ASUS G751JY gaming laptop delivers impressive Nvidia Maxwell graphics power and searing-fast SSDs in a sexy redesign.

Aorus X7 Review

The 17.3-inch Aorus X7 gaming laptop packs dual GPUs and triple SSDs into a super-slim chassis, but don't forget the power cord

Toshiba Chromebook 2 Review

The Toshiba Chromebook 2 refreshes the original with a slimmer design, a gorgeous 1080p IPS display and powerful speaker.

Samsung Chromebook 2 (Intel) Review

Samsung's updated 11-inch Chromebook 2 now has a more powerful Intel Celeron processor, but it suffers from a lackluster display.

Dell Latitude 12 Rugged Extreme Review

The Dell Latitude 12 Rugged Extreme features mil-spec toughness, a rotating touch screen and strong performance to justify its hefty price tag.

Toshiba Tech Support: 2014 Rating

Last year, Toshiba earned its third-straight C+ score for overall tech support, despite its newly revamped website. This year, we ran into many of the problems as we did in previous years, but the com...

Samsung Tech Support: 2014 Rating

Samsung continues to fine-tune its tech support, mostly with great success. In last year's Tech Support Showdown, the company scored a strong B+, thanks to a combination of social media, live chats an...

Lenovo Y50-70 Touch Review

The Lenovo Y50-70 Touch combines midrange gaming power with an ultrasharp display, but it's not very bright.