The Origin EVO15-S isn't a new name in gaming laptops, receiving a refresh every so often with the latest hardware. Its latest iteration, however, is an absolute beast, with RTX 30-series graphics. But is it worth the price? Dive in with our review to find out.
For creative professionals who want a Windows 10 PC, you have the choice of 13-inch Ultrabooks with no NVIDIA GPU or honking big 15-inch laptops that are not so fun to use on planes or to carry. The new HP ENVY 14 looks to solve that, and it does so with outstanding results. This $1,260 laptop should be on your short list.
Lenovo's ThinkPad lineup returns to the 2-in-1 game after a three-year hiatus with the X12 Detachable. It's a device intended for business use, but that doesn't mean it doesn't have a whole lot to love for regular users.
In its third year, the LG Gram 17 is still unmatched in terms of features and lightness at just under 3lbs. New for 2021 is an updated processor, improved display, and some re-worked ports. It all adds up to a fun experience, but LG can still make it even better. Here's our full review after spending the last month with bold LG Gram 17.
Lenovo's IdeaPad Slim 7 14 start around $750 but includes hardware and features that might make you think of a much higher price. I tested it top to bottom to see whether it's the right choice for your next PC.
VAIO is back with the brand-new VAIO Z for 201. A super light 14" Ultrabook built using carbon fiber, but with the heart of a workstation, VAIO Z is unlike any other laptop on the market due to its powerful 35W Intel Core i7-11375H processor. But its exquisite and quality design comes at a very high price.
First introduced in 2017, the Panasonic TOUGHBOOK 33 (CF-33) has gone to be the best-selling laptop and rugged tablet on the market. It is now refreshed for 2021 with more options, improved performance, and the latest tech for first responders and those in the military. Here's our review of this supremely badass Windows PC.
The Surface Pro 7+ for Business (2021) is Microsoft's latest (and hopefully final) spin of its dated Surface Pro design. But that doesn't make it unimpressive. The 11th Gen Intel processor and Xe graphics make it one o the fastest Surface PCs yet, and the optional 4G LTE and removable SSD are icing on the cake. That said, consumers should wait for Surface Pro 8.
How do you choose between the best two Ultrabooks on the market right now? On the one hand, you can't really make a bad choice, but on the other, how do you make sure you're getting the right one for you?
The Razer Book 13 and Razer Blade Stealth are both quite similar, but also very different. Which of the two you should buy for yourself very much depends on what you plan to do with it. We'll help you break it down.
If you take the best of HP's premium Spectre line of Ultrabooks and put it all into one laptop, you get the new Spectre x360 14. With incredible audio, an OLED display option, a pen in the box, and all the latest Intel 11th Gen features, the Spectre x360 14 is our top 2-in-1 for a good reason. Read our full review to find out why.
Dell's Latitude range of laptops has a lot going on, and even though it's targeted at the business crowd it's still a pretty confusing thing to have to wade through. We'll help break it down and offer some tips to help choose the right one.
HP's EliteBook ex360 1040 G7 continues to get smaller, thinner, and lighter with some cool new tools like a Time-of-Flight (TOS) sensor. This premium 14-inch Ultrabook has an excellent design, but some minor things hold it back from greatness.