Huawei Matebook 13 Premium Laptop

Huawei is extending its PC Laptop market reach with the new Huawei Matebook 13, a premium laptop priced just below the current Matebook X Pro we previously reviewed. The goal is to bring the same look and feel as the X Pro but make it slightly more affordable.


Lenovo Yoga S940 Laptop Aims For New User Category

The Yoga S940 is a laptop that Lenovo has designed in pursuit of new usage models, that may be underserved even by the current high-end PC laptops offering.


Lenovo Yoga C730: A 15.6-inch AMOLED 2-in-1 Laptop

Lenovo is back with an AMOLED 2-in-1 laptop which seems to be aimed at Creative users. The Lenovo Yoga C730 is a high-end laptop that is the second OLED laptop from the brand, the first one being the X1 Yoga Gen3 with OLED which we previously reviewed.


Dell XPS 13 (9380) Gets New Webcam, CPU and Colors

CES if the traditional time for Dell to update its Dell XPS 13 design (Model 9380 this time), and we got eyes on it. At first glance, it looks very much like the XPS 13 we’re all familiar with by now.


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Razer Updates Its Blade Laptops With NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX GPUs

#CES2019 – Due to the rapid progression that we see in technology, what you buy today can be made obsolete in the next few months. This is why if you want to futureproof yourself, buying the latest is a good way to do that, although admittedly it is pretty much like an endless game of cat and mouse.


Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 2019: Thinner, Faster, Safer

CES has been the traditional launch platform of the Lenovo X1 Series for a long time, and it continues with the new ThinkPad X1 Carbon 7th generation. Lenovo is refreshing one of its most prized laptop design with new components, but also a bit of a design makeover.


Lenovo Legion Y740 15/17-inch Gaming Laptops Announced

#CES2019 – Ideally playing games on a desktop PC would be much better than gaming on a laptop, thanks to better airflow, the ability to support larger GPUs, and so on. However we understand that sometimes you don’t have the time or luxury to sit at home and play games, which is where gaming laptops can come in handy.


Samsung Notebook 9 Pro: A Stunning Ultralight Laptop

We really love that CES is hosting a ton of PC and laptop announcements, and one of the most original we’ve seen is the Samsung Notebook 9 Pro, a super-light 13.3” laptop that will turn a lot of heads.


Samsung Notebook Odyssey Gaming Laptop Announced

#CES2019 – Laptops are great devices for on the go, but usually the emphasis placed on these devices is portability and not so much on power. However for those who need the power for gaming or maybe video editing, Samsung might have something for you. The company has announced its latest gaming notebook with the Samsung Notebook Odyssey.


Alienware M15 Gaming Laptop Gets New Hardware

Although the Alienware M15 was launched in October 2018, Dell/Alienware is already announcing an updated version with more powerful components, most notably with a faster graphics processor (GPU).


HP Spectre 15 x360 with AMOLED display

The HP Spectre 15 x360 already gets a significant update at CES in the form of an AMOLED display option. If you just got one recently, you might kick yourself right now, but this is a very exciting option, and hopefully just a new beginning of AMOLED on laptops.


Dell Latitude 14″ 7000 (2019) Gets 78Wh of Battery Capacity

At CES 2019, Dell is launching an update to the Dell Latitude 7000 (model 7400), with a significant update of the industrial design, which leads to a much more compact and potentially more powerful offering for SMBs and professionals.


Lenovo Yoga C930 Review: Ultimate Multimedia Thin & Light Editor's Pick

The Yoga C930 is an excellent luxury thin & light laptop that performs extremely well… most comfortable for watching movies.


Chrome OS Will Soon Block The USB Port On Locked Devices

Say you’re in a cafe and you need to make a quick run to the bathroom, so for security purposes you lock your laptop, and go do your business. Safe for someone physically stealing your laptop, you should be somewhat safe from prying eyes, right? Nope, not entirely, no thanks to what those in the hacking community refer to as the “Rubber Ducky”.