Popular IBM Articles for 2014
This high-end multimedia notebook features a remarkable Quad HD+ screen, an aluminum and carbon fiber chassis and excellent performance. This is our take.
The Asus TransformerBook T100 offers users an affordable convertible notebook option. Equipped with Windows 8.1 the device is capable of handling basic tasks and programs without the steep price point[...]
Like many holiday shoppers last year our own Sarah White purchased the ASUS Transformer Book T100 as a replacement laptop. Read the full story to see if this value-priced 2-in-1[...]
There are a number of convertible notebook tablets on the market but Asus has two of the best 2-in-1 laptops for the holidays. We took a closer look to help[...]
The new ThinkPad Yoga S1 offers a durable build, solid performance and an attractive IPS touch display. This laptop looks to offer something for everyone, but will the device stretch[...]
The Dell Inspiron 15 7000 series is a jack-of-all-trades with an i7 processor, NVIDIA graphics, loads of RAM and a large hard drive space. Is this the right choice for[...]
The Dell XPS 13 is back and it’s better than ever. The update injects new life into the line with Intel’s fourth generation Haswell processors and full touch capability, all[...]
With a chassis that can be opened without tools, great power and plenty of ports, the HP Zbook 14 acts like a workstation, but with Ultrabook size. Read our full[...]
HP reinvents its mobile workstation notebook line with the HP ZBook 17. The device offers strong performance and ample connectivity, but is it enough to justify the steep price?[...]
The Acer C720 Chromebook is designed for easy web browsing and document editing in Google’s suite of web apps, all in a portable, easy-to-use device that’s in a low-price category[...]
The Dell Latitude range of business notebooks has a reputation for build quality. Is it possible for the thinner and lighter Dell Latitude E7440 business Ultrabook to deliver that same[...]
Here is the question: Is the MacBook Air still a viable choice for those looking for portable yet powerful laptop, especially in a market flooded with Ultrabooks and hybrids?
This premium 15.6-inch business-oriented notebook incorporates state-of-the-art technology into an 0.8-inch thin chassis with very little not to like - here's our take.
We give you the pros and cons of the various ways to get mobile broadband access: built-in cellular wireless, smartphone hotspotting, and peripherals like USB mobile broadband adapters and mobile[...]
The flagship of Alienware's fleet, the Alienware 18 sports an 18.4" IPS display, factory overclocked Intel Core i7 processor and dual Nvidia graphics cards. Here's our in-depth review of this[...]
Dell offers an attractive premium aluminum design at an affordable price point with its Inspiron 14 7000 Series. Keep reading to see if this laptop delivers the goods.
The Apple MacBook Air and the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 are two of the best, both touted as the ideal machine for portabality, power, and productivity. But which is the[...]
This iteration of the Alienware 17 features AMD's flagship Radeon R9 M290X graphics card and a quad-core processor at a manageable price point. We see how AMD stacks up to[...]
This high-end business Ultrabook features a gorgeous 14-inch WHQD display, carbon fiber construction and an adaptive keyboard. Read on to see how this featherweight stacks up.
The Dell Inspiron 11 is a 2-in-1 with a reasonable low purchase price for general use. Keep reading to find out if this hybrid notebook can do more than satisfy[...]