MSI has a solid reputation in the gaming laptop space: its laptops are generally fairly powerful, heinous monstrosities that get the job done at a fair... Read Full Review
Priced At $1,499.00
Released April 2012
Though Apple quietly discontinued the 17-inch MacBook Pro this week, hardly a tear was shed. In fact, the company went out of its way to replace the... Read Full Review
Priced At $2,199.00
Released Jun. 11, 2012
The last few months have seen a deluge of ultrabooks, with companies tripping over one another to offer sleek profiles with tapered teardrop designs and... Read Full Review
Priced At $1,179.00
Released Jun. 5, 2012
2012 is the year of Chrome OS — or so we're told. When we spoke with Sundar Pichai, senior vice president of Chrome, he told us that this is the... Read Full Review
One year ago, Samsung released the Series 9 laptop, and at the time, we'd never seen a more premium Windows machine. It was thin, light, visually striking,... Read Full Review
Priced At $1,499.99
Released Feb. 27, 2012
What is an ultrabook? Intel has a pretty loose definition: as long as your laptop is less than 0.8 inches thin, has five hours of battery life, rapidly wakes... Read Full Review
Released March 2012
Can you believe that just six months ago, HP was thinking of ditching the PC business? It seems far fetched today, now that we know the company had laptops... Read Full Review
Priced At $1,399.00
Released Feb. 8, 2012
Acer Aspire S3. Asus Zenbook UX31. Lenovo IdeaPad U300S. Toshiba Portege Z835. HP Folio 13. And now, Dell's XPS. Since Intel and its OEM partners set out to... Read Full Review
Priced At $999.00
Released Feb. 27, 2012
Update: Looking for the new Razer Blade with more power at a lower price tag? This is where you belong. At CES 2011, over a year ago, Razer showed off an... Read Full Review
Priced At $2,799.99
Let’s be honest: The ultrabook phenomenon is by and large Intel's and the rest of the PC industry's reaction to Apple’s MacBook Air. Just take a look at... Read Full Review
Priced At $1,419.00
Released Jul. 20, 2011
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