Apple's new MacBook Air adds everything we want in Apple's ultra-portable laptop without messing with the classic formula.
We spoke to Alienware’s Frank Azor at this year’s PAX Australia and he admitted that gaming smartphones are a category that the traditionally PC-focused brand does consider from time to time.
MSI brought the new MSI GE63 RGB, GT75VR Titan, GE75 Raider and more to show off at PAX Australia 2018.
MSI have shown off a new Optane-enhanced version of their GE63 gaming laptop at this year’s PAX Australia.
Dell has launched its next generation of Dell Rugged notebooks.
Samsung have unveiled their latest competitor to Microsoft's Surface hardware, the Galaxy Book 2.
The Yoga 920 isn’t the end-all, be-all best notebook out there. But if you’re after “one of those” kinds of PCs, it’s hard to look past it.
Alienware has embraced Nvidia's Max Q graphics configuration with their new Alienware m15 gaming laptop.
The ROG Strix Hero II isn’t the best gaming notebook that money can buy. However, it is is a safe bet that offers solid performance at a competitive price.
With this year’s Omen laptops, it feels like HP have proved they have just as much to offer as a dedicated brand like MSI or ASUS might. Now they just need to hone in on why they offer more.
The latest Alienware 17 might be the most Alienware gaming laptop Alienware have shipped out to Alienware customers in quite a while. It doesn’t reinvent the wheel, but it does live up the brand’s legacy in all the right ways.
We came away a little mixed from our time with the Ryzen-powered HP Envy x360 15 earlier this year, but opted to revisit the Envy x360 range and see how the new 13-inch HP Envy x360 13 fared.
Razer has announced the launch of the Razer Kraken Tournament Edition headset, the BlackWidow Elite keyboard and the Razer Mamba Wireless mouse.
MSI have doubled-down on their Prestige lifestyle sub-brand, announcing a new notebook called the P65 Creator.
ASUS has officially announced its first two TUF-branded gaming laptops, the FX505 and FX705.
How do you cater for specialist users? Is there someone who’s crunching data, creating content, developing software, or working in an engineering role in your team? If so – should you be choosing a business laptop for them, or a workstation equivalent? What’s the difference?
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