The new laptops are aimed at consumers who need a budget-friendly, cloud-enabled laptop but would rather use Windows 10 than Google's Chrome OS.
The $249 Samsung Chromebook is a solid device for the price and an interesting illustration of what new ARM chips can do. But don't push it too hard with lots of browser tabs or heavyweight Web apps.
The new T-series ThinkPads offer a host of enhancements over the prior models. But the classic-style keyboard has been jettisoned in favor of the chiclet, or island-style, flavor.
Industrial design chief dismisses a claim that HP's Envy Spectre XT Ultrabook looks like Apple's MacBook Air, arguing that form follows function and Apple doesn't "own silver."
A freshly published patent application outlines a new type of keyboard that could use truly space-age materials.
The Microsoft Mobile Keyboard 5000 aims to be a more ergonomic keyboard for tablet typers. We give it a whirl with an iPad 2.
Samsung's new Series 3 line of laptops features a thin, impressively sized 12.5-incher that won't break your bank account. We go hands-on.
The Niyari Atari 400 keyboard mimics the design of the computer's membrane keyboard (a spill-proof keyboard with pressure pads for keys), but adds some modern chiclet keys.
Dell's new laptops get upgraded with next-gen Intel Core i-series CPUs and a few new design tweaks.
Acer is going tablet-crazy at Mobile World Congress this year, with the Iconia Tab W500 being a Windows 7-running counterpart to the Iconia Tab A500.