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 2016 laptops for your needs and your budget.
With a brilliant screen, long battery life and awesome keyboard, the 2.6-pound ThinkPad X1 Carbon is as pleasant to use as it is to carry.
After introducing a slew of useful Windows 10 features for everyday users in its Anniversary Update, Microsoft now has its sights set on the classroom. The company is rolling out a wide range of Wind...
The CTL J4 Plus Chromebook for Education offers a sturdy design and colorful screen for the money, but the laptop's battery life and keyboard disappoint.
The USB Implementers Forum has fired the latest salvo in the war against bad USB Type-C cables and adapters. The group announced the USB Type-C Authentication specification at the Intel Developer For...
The HP Chromebook 14 packs offers good multitasking performance and blasts a lot of volume, but competitors offer brighter displays and more battery life.
Though it runs a little hot, the Gigabyte P57W offers strong gaming performance and an excellent 17-inch full-HD screen for a good price.
The Dell Inspiron 11 3000 offers long battery life in a stylish and compact design, but the display and keyboard could be better.
The HP Notebook 15-ac121nr is a good-looking 15-inch notebook with a full-HD screen and above-average battery life, but the keyboard could be more comfortable.
The Samsung Notebook 9 15-inch combines a big display with extreme portability and strong Core i7 performance.
The Toshiba Tecra C40-C1430 offers decent business performance for a reasonable price, but you'll miss out on screen quality, keyboard comfort and long endurance.