In lieu of a formal review, Matt Burns and I sat down to take a look at the Samsung 700T AKA ATIV Smart PC Pro 700T, a convertible tablet that has a small button on the keyboard that pops out the Wind
Thank <a target="_blank" href="http://gameofthrones.wikia.com/wiki/The_Old_Gods_and_the_New">the old gods and the new</a> that it's Friday, AMIRITE? You know what that means right? Friday is <a href="
The Chromebook Pixel is the Chromebook I'd pick as my personal Chromebook – if money was no option, and if I felt I really needed a Chromebook. It's an impressive beast, like a Bird of Paradise, but
Toshiba isn’t exactly known for churning out attractive, high-end notebooks, which is why the company’s new Kirabook is such an oddity. It's a handsome little thing if you're into very (and I mean
Convertibles were all the rage back in the 1950s (thanks to tailfins and the Corvette) and in the early 2000s (thanks to Microsoft and Sony). In the 2000s, however, we saw convertibles in the form of
If I could only have one MacBook (which is usually the case for your average laptop-buyer), this is the one I'd pick, without hesitation. Fewer issues than its 15-inch cousin, which pioneered the Reti
Dude, you got a Linux-powered Dell! In all the years I've reviewed laptops I've never been as pleasantly surprised by an Ultrabook as I was with the Dell XPS 13 Developers Edition. This ultrathin, ult
Laptops are the new desktops. While you can buy a solid tower PC for about $500, this price represents how little manufacturers care about the desktop world. Barring a few huge gaming rigs, laptops ar