Amazon’s All-new Kindle improves upon the company’s most affordable e-reader by adding a few new features for a slightly higher price. We compare it to the fancier Kindle Paperwhite.
The Area-51m, Alienware's new flagship gaming laptop, is gorgeous outside and upgradable inside—with desktop-class parts! Watch our video to see more.
Lenovo's Smart Tab M10 and P10 Android tablets come with a Smart Dock that turns them into Amazon Alexa displays.
With the Alienware Area-51m gaming laptop, Dell is launching a new design as well as a desktop-class powerhouse. Here's our close look.
We've always loved the Dell XPS 13, except for one thing: the low-slung, nosehair-catching camera. Finally, it's at the top where it belongs.
Dell's Inspiron 13 and 15 7000 Black Edition laptops offer special features including better thermals and a hinge that doubles as pen storage.
HP's Chromebook 14 is one of the first Google laptops to feature an AMD processor.
The Google Pixel Slate debuts with a stunning display, a detachable keyboard, and new Chrome OS features that redefine the Chrome tablet.
The $599 HP Chromebook x360 14 shows premium Chromebooks are a trend, but given its price we're surprised there's no pen.
The HP Spectre Folio slips a full-grain leather shell around a superthin laptop to make a PC that looks, feels, and smells luxurious.
CrashPlan is ending its home-user service on October 23, 2018. Options include upgrading to CrashPlan's business tier, or seeking alternative services. We'll walk you through the choices.
If your Amazon Kindle device has ads and Special Offers, you can remove them. But it's going to cost you.
Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Extreme has a mission: to kill the MacBook Pro 15, or at least keep corporate customers from adopting the new high-end Apple laptop. We look at what makes this new flagship formidable.
Lenovo's ThinkPad P1 is a workstation laptop that somehow crams a Core i9 or Xeon plus Nvidia Quadro into a chassis just 0.7-inch thin and 3.76 pounds.
Dell's G series gaming laptops aren't flashy, but inside they have the CPU and GPU power you need.