Are we at the point where a modular, budget laptop is a viable option for consumers? InFocus, the company behind the Kangaroo Notebook seeks to answer that question. While the idea is great the company's vision may still be a tad premature.
What we have in the ASUS ZenBook 3 is a true Windows alternative to Apple's 12-inch MacBook. Impossibly compact, beautifully designed and made, and yes, with only that one port and a fairly high price tag. But is it any good?
A 17-inch 4K display. An NVIDIA GTX 1080 GPU with 8GB VRAM. 32GB of RAM. A quad-core Intel Core i7 clocked at up to 3.5Ghz. A low-profile mechanical keyboard. The biggest battery you can take on a plane. The Blade Pro in a nutshell: Razer nailed it.
Our earlier review of the updated Razer Blade for late-2016 showed the pros and cons of the popular laptop. I also have a new Razer Blade, but with the matte Full HD display instead. Here are my quick thoughts.
The Lenovo Yoga 910 delivers with Intel's 7th-generation Core i7 processor and improves several areas from the previous generation like the display, keyboard, battery, and more. Should you buy the Yoga 910? The excellent combination of beauty and performance is going to be hard to resist.
Microsoft's new high-end Surface Book is aimed at two types of people: those who need extra graphics power and those with deep pockets. The processor's not changed at all, but the GPU and battery see significant gains.
Lenovo's Yoga line is known for its 360-degree hinge system, and the ThinkPad line has long been known as a business workhorse. Does it do everything promised by its brand names? We examine this laptop is terms of design, function, performance, and configuration. Inhale, exhale, and read slowly this review of the Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 460.
Can Huawei successfully take on Samsung, Apple, and even Microsoft in the premium hardware category for the best two-in-one tablet? The MateBook with Windows 10 may be the first must-have PC of 2016 and here is why.
Razer's Blade Stealth ultrabook can transform into an even more powerful machine when connected to the Razer Core external dock. But even without the Core, the it can still handle most of your needs — just don't try any heavy gaming.
Over the last few years, I've owned several Ultrabook PCs. They run in the 13-inch range, ditch disc drives and aim for lean and powerful hardware. With touchscreens, Windows 8, and high-res displays, Ultrabooks have everything a professional desires