There are plenty of high-performance laptops on the market. Unfortunately, you'll have to navigate a minefield of inferior options. Our laptop reviews and buying guides are here to help you find the best laptop for your needs and your budget.
The HP Omen 17 packs impressive gaming and VR performance into a beastly, slick-looking and reasonably priced package.
The Lenovo ThinkPad P50s is a lightweight workstation with a bright, vivid display, but it runs hot and trades power for portability.
Lenovo's Yoga 910 pushes the limits of premium 2-in-1s, thanks to its nearly bezel-free display, speedy 7th-gen Intel CPU and more than 10 hours of battery life.
Sporting Nvidia's GTX 1070 GPU, the Asus ROG G752VS OC Edition offers better gaming performance than last-gen systems for hundreds less.
The MSI GE62VR 6RF Apache Pro is a midrange gaming laptop with a Pascal GPU and tons of customization options, but it offers mixed performance and a relatively dim screen.
The Dell Latitude 11 for Education (3150) has a comfortable keyboard and loud speakers, but it suffers from annoying lag, particularly when multitasking.
With Intel Kaby Lake inside, the Razer Blade Stealth remains one of the prettiest, most powerful ultraportables on the market, but it could still use more battery life.
The Dell XPS 13 improves upon our top-rated laptop by offering even longer battery life, faster performance and stronger Wi-Fi in an equally compact design.
The Origin PC Eon17-SLX 10 Series delivers incredible performance for all your gaming, virtual reality and multitasking needs.
The Asus ROG Strix offers a good mix of power and portability, but suffers from poor battery life.