CNET's Dan Ackerman, who's been reviewing laptops since 2005, tells you what features and technologies matter most, and which ones you can ignore.
A closer look at the company's first ultraportable notebook with discrete graphics for gaming and a comfortable keyboard.
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These days, it's probably wise to just disconnect your entire wiring harness and take it inside with you.
This thin-and-light laptop has an excellent keyboard, good performance and battery life, and a tough build to handle your busy work or school life.
From the Cheapskate: a potentially perfect back-to-school PC and proof positive that you can buy a lot of laptop for under $500. Plus two bonus deals, including a free game!
Microsoft says its Edge browser is great for your battery life. However, another company begs to differ.
Thanks to a big full HD display wrapped in an all-aluminum chassis, this Chromebook looks great without a significantly higher price.
The results are in (again): Chrome consumes more power than other browsers. Here's how to make the switch to Firefox.
Find out where you can watch the final countdown to 100 percent charged on both OS X and Windows 10.