HP's Elite Dragonfly is a new class of super premium business-class Ultrabook. Featuring a 2-in-1 design, support for Wacom inking, Windows Hello, 4G LTE (and soon 5G), all-day battery life, and a gorgeous iridescent blue finish there's a lot to like about this do-it-all laptop. But a few early issues keep us from loving it. Find out if you should buy the Elite Dragonfly or wait until the next version.
LG's gram 17 is still really the only 17-inch Ultrabook option on the market, but luckily for us, it's also awesome. Weighing under three-pounds with MIL-STD-810G ruggedness the gram 17 is basically a 13-inch laptop with a giant screen, but without the increased weight. Here's why it's still one of the coolest laptops around and what's new in the 2020 model.
The Surface Pro X is more than just a thin Surface Pro with LTE. For those who need to work on the go, Surface Pro X may be the perfect tool, but buyers need to be aware of what they are — and are not — getting when they go with Windows 10 on ARM. Here is who should be buying this laptop and who should skip it for something else.
Although the display bezels are a little thick and there's no Dolby Vision support, the new Surface Pro 7 is still the best Surface yet. New Intel 10th Gen processor and Type-C port keep this unique PC at the leading edge of portability. Here's why you should not overlook the Surface Pro 7.
Chuwi's UBook Pro sets out to mimic far more expensive 2-in-1 devices. While the tablet delivers on expectations, the attachable keyboard and mouse that turns it into a full PC leaves a lot to be desired.
Dell's new XPS 13 2-in-1 brings a stunning design with powerful functionality. The first laptop with Intel's 10nm 10th Gen CPU and Iris Graphics deliver performance and decent battery life, dazzling HDR display, with an excellent inking experience. While there are a few things missing Dell gets more right than wrong with this premium convertible Ultrabook. However, the competition is catching up, which keeps this laptop from being the very best.
The HP Pavilion x360 14 starts at a bargain price and doesn't climb much higher, yet it has the features needed to be your next daily driver. We took a deep dive into what it has to offer to determine whether or not it could work as your next PC.
Dell's refreshed XPS 15 (7590) for 2019 brings a 4K OLED option, newer 9th Gen Intel processors, a bumped up GTX 1650 GPU, and Dell finally fixed the webcam. What does that all add up to? One of the best 15-inch laptops available. But Dell also let this laptop slide in other areas.
HP, ASUS and others offer excellent portable secondary displays, but Lenovo's new ThinkVision M14 blows them all away. Being the lightest screen and the only one with a flexible hinge makes it an easy sell. Here's what else you need to know.