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.
The XPS 17 (9700) is truly one of a kind with its giant 17-inch 16:10 UHD touch screen, eight-core processor, and NVIDIA RTX 2060 graphics. It's the best non-gaming 17-inch laptop that is ideal for anyone who works professionally with video, music, engineering, or large amounts of data. It's nearly flawless, which is why it has earned our "Best" award. Read on to find out why.
This gaming laptop is expensive, but it's a whole lot of fun thanks to some premium features and powerful internal hardware. We go deep testing how well it performs and whether or not it's worth your money.
Microsoft's Surface Pro X (2020) now features new color options and a slightly faster processor. What does that mean in terms of overall improvement in performance? Not a whole lot. But luckily, Surface Pro X still has an unmatched design and feature set that makes it utterly unique. Here is our full review.
When thinking of business laptops, lineups from Lenovo, Dell, and HP often come to mind. But Acer's TravelMate series shouldn't be forgotten, especially if you're interested in more than 14 hour of battery life and a lightweight, slim build.
The HP Spectre x360 15 is a unique laptop, not only in its design, but because it's the only recent convertible available in this size. The 2020 model sweetens the deal even more with a vibrant, nearly borderless display and snappy performance. Is it worth the high price, though? Let's take a look.
Microsoft's Surface family is a little bigger now with the arrival of the Surface Laptop Go. But, is this dinky Surface laptop good enough to take on the mighty XPS 13 and win? Truth be told, they're for very different people, and they're very different machines. Let's break down the details.
Microsoft hit it out of the park with Surface Laptop Go, a tiny Windows 10 laptop that is perfect for the couch or boardroom. While the $550 model is tempting, you should opt for the $700 version. Here is why, as well as why we like this laptop so much.
The HP Spectre x360 13 is back and with it comes an all-new design. HP has fixed the giant bezels and not-so-hot trackpad making its latest model one of the best choices to maximize your dollar. Modern specifications, a unique gem-cut design, and excellent keyboard are its hallmarks. But, that 16:9 aspect display is getting tired.
After five years, Dell has finally redesigned its flagship XPS 15 laptop, and it mostly succeeds. For 2020, there's a taller display aspect, a return to Sharp IGZO, and the latest CPUs from Intel. Despite our concern over the trackpad, the new XPS 15 is a winner.