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In 2017, Laptops Are Cool Again

CES, the consumer electronic industry’s preeminent trade show, sets the tone for the year in tech. In 2017, for the first time in a while,

Laptop Mag CES 2017 Awards : Best Mobile Tech

After a few years where many so-called experts said tablets and phones would replace the PC, 2017 is shaping up to be one of the

Dell Inspiron 15 Gaming Hand-on Review

KEY FEATURES Quad-core Intel Core i5 and i7 H-series chips Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 or 1050 Ti graphics 8GB DDR4 RAM 2.62kg 3x USB 3.0,

Dell Canvas hands-on: Surface Studio gets a slick art rival

Dell may be one of Microsoft’s closest Windows partners, but that didn’t stop it bringing along some Surface Studio competition to CES today. The Dell

HP EliteBook x360 1030 G2 Hand-on Review

KEY FEATURES 7th gen Intel Core i5 or i7 U-series processors 1.29kg 16GB RAM 13.3-inch IPS (UHD or FHD) touch screen with optional privacy filter

Hands on: Samsung Chromebook Pro review

OUR EARLY VERDICT The marriage between Chrome OS and Android has culminated into the Samsung Chromebook Pro, a device that perfectly rides the line between

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (2017) preview: The best business laptop money can buy?

If there’s one so-called “business laptop” brand that keeps its customers happy time and again, that would be ThinkPad. The once IBM-owned brand has remained

MSI GS43VR 6RE Phantom Pro review

PROS Smaller and lighter than rivals Great processor and GPU performance High-quality screen Good keyboard CONS Exterior becomes far too hot Underwhelming build quality KEY

Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 Review

Pros / Most compact 2-in-1 with 13-inch screen; Comfortable keyboard Vibrant InfinityEdge display Impressive audio Dynamic Power Mode boosts speed when you need it Cons

2016 in review: The year in VR and AR – It’s been a hell of a year for virtual reality

Real VR has finally made it home – at least for people who have the money to afford a system. Augmented reality isn’t too far

Pipo W1 Pro Review : Tablet PC Turning Into Full-Featured Laptop With Stylus

Seems tablet PCs coming with stylus in the box are not popular anymore. But even if this statement is correct, it’s conditioned the fact many

K8 Mini PC Review : A Mini PC With Folding Keyboard

Now everything is the way smaller and more compact than a few years ago. The time has passed when a PC looks like a cumbersome

HP EliteBook 1030 G1 Review

The Pros Long battery life; Stylish design; Solid performance, Comfortable keyboard; Great sound The Cons Dim display; Slower SSD Verdict The EliteBook 1030 G1 is

RAZER BLADE PRO REVIEW

When Razer made its first laptop, it was a company best known for selling third-party gamepads and high-performance gaming mice. Premium gimmicks were the name

Lenovo Ideapad 110S Review

Pros Keyboard is responsive Touchpad supports gestures Speedier than the competition Includes one-year Office 365 subscription Cons Shorter-than-average battery life Horrible webcam No 802.11ac Wi-Fi

10 Cool Cars to Bring Back the Fun to Their Brands

We always want the things we can’t have, especially when they’re cool old cars. The automotive world is littered with misty memories of flashy flagship

MSI VR One Review : True Wireless VR for Rich People

THE GOOD Lightweight, daring design Powerful graphics and overall performance Hot-swappable batteries Runs quiet THE BAD Expensive Still needs a monitor at times Can’t upgrade

Kangaroo Notebook Review

The Pros Passable display, decent performance; Little bloatware The Cons Feels cheap; Horrible keyboard and touchpad; Muffled sound; Runs hot; Less battery life than the

HP EliteBook 1040 G3 Review

The Pros Innovative privacy-mode display; Comfortable keyboard; Solid audio The Cons Short battery life; Dull color output Verdict The EliteBook 1040 G3 is a 14-inch

ASUS ZX53VW-AH58 Gaming Laptop Review

With its strong build, snappy SSD storage and full HD display, the ASUS ZX53VW-AH58 is one of those excellent entry-level gaming laptops you can have

AVADIRECT AVANT P750DM2-G REVIEW

HIGHS Excellent graphical performance Superb desktop-grade processor Good heat dissipation Durable build Sharp, high-quality display LOWS Poor battery life Big and heavy Irritating beeping on

Lenovo N22 Touch Chromebook Review

The Pros Useful handle; Long battery life; Will support Android apps The Cons Distorted sound; Mixed performance Verdict The Lenovo N22 Touch Chromebook has some

Hands on: HP EliteBook 1030 review

OUR EARLY VERDICT A very pretty business laptop, the HP EliteBook 1030 has nearly everything going for it – just watch out for its curious

Dell Vostro 14 5459 review – a compelling choice, if you are into 14-inchers

Pros Rigid construction and refreshing design Good touchpad Relatively slim and portable Good battery life Cons Display with low contrast ratio The display uses aggressive

Hands on: Dell Vostro 14 5000 review

OUR VERDICT It may not feature a cutting-edge design, but Dell’s Vostro 14 5000 sports impressive battery life and includes legacy ports for business users.

Dell Latitude 13 3000 2-in-1 (3379) Review

Pros USB Type-C; Affordable; Loud speakers Cons Uncomfortable keyboard and trackpad; Not MIL-STD-810G tested for durability Verdict The Dell Latitude 13 3000 2-in-1 has support

BenQ Zowie XL2735 review

PROS Excellent gaming performance Versatile Reasonable image quality – eventually CONS Atrocious initial image quality Side panels add cost but of very limited use Far

ViewSonic XG2703-GS Review : Colorful, and Expensive

THE GOOD Excellent color gamut and accuracy Sensible presets Includes G-Sync THE BAD Too expensive Confusing menu navigation A bit bulky VERDICT The ViewSonic XG2703-GS

Dell OptiPlex 7040 review – mini business configuration with great capabilities

Pros Sturdy and stable construction Easy maintenance Compact dimensions Software and hardware safety Cons Lack of a Wi-Fi module Lack of an SD card reader (in our

LG 38UC99 38-INCH 21:9 IPS MONITOR REVIEW

HIGHS Massive size Sharp, color-accurate image quality Plenty of connectivity options Sturdy stand LOWS Average contrast ratio Short warranty In the land of big monitors,