Typically when I meet with a manufacturer to talk about new products, they're coy about mentioning their competitors. They refer to "our competition," or "other players," or "similar devices." Every... Read Full Review
Traditionally, gamers have looked to hefty, monstrous machines with stylish designs — though some prefer the term “ostentatious” — for their portable... Read Full Review
Priced At $1,999.99
It's an interesting time to buy an all-in-one PC, that's for sure. The iMac is thinner and more powerful than ever, and Windows machines finally have... Read Full Review
Priced At $849.99
Released Oct. 26, 2012
As Windows 8 starts to flood the market, certain types of computers are going to become a lot more common. There will be a lot of convertible tablet / dock... Read Full Review
Released Sep. 26, 2012
Laptops in 2012 may be thinner and lighter than ever, but the form factor's otherwise been largely untouched. You get a keyboard, a trackpad, a 16:9... Read Full Review
Priced At $999.99
Released Q3 2012
Toshiba's first few tablets didn't exactly conform to what we expect from a slate. First there was the Thrive, which was enormous and thick but came with a... Read Full Review
Priced At $649.00
Released Jun. 10, 2012
First it was the Toshiba AT200, then it was the Excite X10, and now it's the Excite 10 LE. Toshiba's latest tablet has a very distinct claim to fame: it's... Read Full Review
Priced At $529.99
Released Mar. 6, 2012
Toshiba hasn't had an easy ride in the tablet market. When we reviewed the original Thrive tablet this July, it wasn’t only thicker and heavier than the... Read Full Review
Priced At $379.68
Released Dec. 11, 2011
In the last couple of weeks, ultrabooks — Intel’s new category of ultrathin and ultralight laptops — have been arriving one by one, each aiming to... Read Full Review
Priced At $829.00
If you've seen one Honeycomb tablet, you might well imagine you'd seen them all — most every current Android slate boasts a 10.1-inch, 1280 x 800 screen, a... Read Full Review
Priced At $429.99
Released Jul. 10, 2011
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