This slim, stylish Windows 11 ultraportable offers a great webcam and beautiful OLED display, but don't expect great performance.
The MacBook Pro 14-inch with M3 chip delivers blistering performance and an even brighter display along with surprisingly robust graphics and super-long battery life.
The new MacBook Pro is hands-down the world's fastest 14-inch laptop with Apple's M2 Pro and M2 Max chips. Epic battery life makes it nearly perfect for creative pros
The new 16-inch MacBook Pro packing an M3 Pro or M3 Max chip promises to be the most powerful MacBook Pro ever.
The Lenovo ThinkBook Plus Gen 4 is a unique, versatile laptop with a color e-ink display on the lid. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work as well as promised and is priced too high for most folks.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga Gen 8 is a great 2-in-1 laptop for getting things done on the go, but don't expect to play games on this productivity machine.
The Dell Inspiron 2-in-1 won’t impress you with stellar performance or build quality. However, if you’re looking for a decent and relatively affordable convertible you could do worse.
The Asus Zenbook Pro 14 OLED is a speedy productivity laptop that's also good for gaming, but it can't match the competition in terms of display quality or battery life.
The Surface Laptop Studio 2 is a smart improvement on the original, adding more power under the hood and more ports on the sides without compromising the versatility of its unique sliding display.
The Microsoft Surface Laptop Go 3 improves on its predecessor, but still sacrifices too much power in the name of portability.
The LG Gram 17 Pro delivers strong performance from its 13th gen Core i7 CPU and Nvidia RTX 3050 GPU and wraps it up in a very light 3.2-pound package.
Although it’s a bit pricey, the MacBook Air M2 justifies the premium with an unbeatable combination of performance, battery life, display quality and portability.
The Lenovo Legion 9i packs powerful components and an innovative liquid cooling system into its svelte chassis. Here are our initial impressions.
The Dell XPS 13 Plus (2023) looks and feels just as premium as its predecessor, but it still has the same weaknesses — and in some cases, it actually performed worse in our tests.
Lenovo’s thin ultraportable is remarkably powerful, but some limitations hold it back from greatness.
The Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 is a premium gaming laptop but considering the components you’re getting, the G14 is a reasonably-priced champion to take on all comers.
Thanks to one of the best OLED panels around, the Asus Zenbook 14X OLED is a great choice for work and play.
With an incredibly sharp, color-accurate screen and the latest in internal hardware, the Razer Blade 14 is undoubtedly one of the top gaming laptops of the year
The MacBook Air’s new M1 chip gives the laptop MacBook Pro-like power along with amazing battery life.
This portable powerhouse is great for gaming, but it falls prey to many of the same weaknesses as similarly-sized gaming laptops.
The Alienware x16 wins thanks to its powerful performance, large 16-inch 240Hz display and futuristic design
The massive Asus ROG Strix G18 continues the recent rise of 18-inch gaming laptops and lands in a better sweet spot of price and performance than some rivals.
The Lenovo Legion 5i Pro (2022) delivers plenty of bang for the buck, with powerful performance that make it worth the price of admission.
The Apple MacBook Pro 2022 delivers mind-blowing performance and record-breaking battery life thanks to its M2 processor.
The Yoga Book 9i packs two 13-inch OLED displays in one laptop for the ultimate in multitasking for a very high price.
The Dell XPS 17 (2023) delivers great performance and a gorgeous display in a beautiful (if hefty) package.