HP's Envy 14 Spectre wowed us at CES 2012, but looks can be deceiving. In this full review we find out if this 'premium Ultrabook' is worth the extra price, or if it's just a big, shiny, fingerprint magnet. Read on for the finer details.
Building a good notebook is a delicate balancing act between price, build quality and performance. The Acer Aspire Timeline Ultra M3 with a new GeForce GT 640M GPU comes pretty close to finding the right balance. Find out if this multimedia machine meets your needs.
Dell's long awaited XPS 13 Ultrabook is finally here, and we've put it through its paces to find out if it was worth the wait. Will its carbon fiber base give it the edge to blaze ahead of the competition or will it be the latecomer left standing in the dust? Find out in our full review.
This year, HP seems to be doing a major revamp on their top tier Envy line-up of notebooks. First up is the entertainment class HP Envy 15 - constructed from aluminum and featuring Beats audio, a quad-core Intel Core i7 processor and an AMD Radeon HD 6750M GPU.
You can't have an IT show without notebooks, PCs and networking peripherals. So no matter what computing products you are looking for, we've got you covered on the best deals that the vendors have to offer.
The Dell XPS 13 made a special appearance in the labs of HardwareZone today thanks to Dell, and we managed to get a brief hands-on with a pre-production unit that is very close to the retail version. First impressions count, and we must say we're fairly impressed with it. Read to find out more.
There are certain responsibilities and expectations that a poster-child of a new product category must live up to. One such example is the Core i7 processor equipped, 13-inch ASUS Zenbook UX31 for Ultrabooks. It's got the looks and build, but does it live up to expectations? We find out.
Intel is ushering a new era of computing with significant announcements at CES 2012 with the announcement of the new Intel Atom Z2460 mobile processor as well as future plans to deliver a more compelling experience for Ultrabooks.
Intel's pre-CES briefing this morning described how Ultrabooks will take advantage of the compute performance enabled by their latest processors and evolve into a more intuitive device with touch, voice and gesture recognition.
Ever wanted to know if more VRAM or if those hybrid HDDs with built-in SSD cache really work for gaming needs? We investigate with the ASUS G74SX, a 17.3-inch gaming notebook with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560M GPU and 3GB VRAM, Core i7-2670QM (2.2GHz) processor, full HD 3D display, and two 500GB hybrid HDDs.