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 2015 laptops for your needs and your budget.
Don't lose faith in Lenovo just yet. After an embarrassing security and public-relations debacle resulting from the discovery of the potentially dangerous Superfish adware on its consumer laptops, the...
The ZenBook UX305 stuns with a gorgeous all-aluminum body, a thin, fanless design, and 9-plus hours of battery life -- all for just $699.
Now this is a classy convertible. The HP Spectre x360 is the company's latest bendable notebook, featuring four use modes and a slick aluminum design that might even make a few MacBook Air diehards raise an eyebrow.
If your laptop constantly dies on you in the middle of the day, you could soon be in luck.AMD released the details of its next processor range, codenamed Carrizo, which promises better energy effici...
With its face-melting performance, a fantastic mechanical keyboard and upgrade-friendly chassis, the MSI GT80 Titan SLI is the gaming laptop to beat.
The Dell XPS 13 is the best ultraportable laptop for the money, thanks to its wonderfully compact design, long battery life and snappy performance.
Samsung's ATIV Book 9 Plus is a gorgeous, aluminum-clad ultraportable with a vibrant quad-HD touch screen and fairly strong battery life.
Chromebooks are continuing their push into classrooms, this time with a new model from Dell. The companyannounced today its new Chromebook 11 for education, along with a similarly sized Latitude laptop for schools and two new Venue tablets..
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.
Up until around 2010, both consumers and businesses could be counted on to upgrade their laptops every three years on average, because technology changed so quickly that anything older than that felt ...