The Master & Dynamic MW08 Sport is a sturdier, more expensive version of the original with similar performance.
The HP Elite Dragonfly offers incredible security features, solid performance and endurance in a seriously lightweight, durable shell.
Lenovo ThinkBook 13s is a good option for small business owners as a sub-$1,000 alternative to the ThinkPad X1 Carbon.
The Acer Chromebook Spin 713 brings powerful performance, a bright, vivid display, endurance and durability to the premium Chromebook market.
The Dell XPS 17 offers excellent power on the multitasking and gaming front, with great audio and a comfortable keyboard, but the battery life could be better.
Logitech G and LoL come together to create a stylish keyboard with impressive gaming performance, but does its niche K-pop lore ruin its charm?
The Acer Nitro 5 is packed with an ultra-powerful CPU and a dynamite GPU, but it still has to put up one hell of a fight against its beastly rivals.
Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Carbon (Gen 9) makes clever changes to move a winning business laptop to the brink of perfection.
The Jaybird Vista 2 retains the original’s unbreakable design and lively sound, with newly added ANC, but not everything runs smoothly.
The LG Gram 17 combines solid power, beautiful display and excellent endurance in a featherweight chassis.
After four long years, The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles finally give these colorful prequels a careful English translation. But do they breathe new life into the series?
The SteelSeries Arctis Prime features great audio as well as a comfortable and sleek design, but it could benefit from SteelSeries software support.
The Alienware m17 R4 continues to up its games, adding a Cherry MX ultra-low profile keyboard to its already impressive specs.
The $129 Cleer Ally Plus II offers respectable noise cancellation and sound, though it requires more features and fine-tuning in some areas.
Frameworks’ Laptop DIY Edition could be the future as it brings flexibility, repairability, and upgradable performance to consumers.