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The 2020 iMac is a welcome performance boost over the 2019 version and what impresses is just how up-to-date every single aspect of this hardware is.
A twin-screen gaming machine that promises power, productivity and plenty of punch. But is it too hot to handle? Literally?
Summer is here - it might sometimes feel like it's taken forever to reach us, but now HP's making it even better with a major sale.
With its 4K OLED screen, striking slim and lightweight design, is this one of the best laptops available to buy right now?
An Intel 10th Gen-powered gaming monster that's a beautifully crafted gaming machine with a 240Hz screen and OMRON mechanical key switches.
What's new in the third-gen Surface Book? Most is to be found under the, ahem, surface. Here's what to expect of Microsoft's top-end 2-in-1 laptop.
This large laptop is lightweight, offers some unconventional features & a QLED display. Is Samsung back at the top of its once abandoned laptop game?
This 2020 update to the convertible Chromebook brings smaller bezel and a more refined design. Here's our initial impressions.
The 2020 version of Acer's Swift 5 upgrades processor and graphics, trims the bezel, while keeping its mass to sub-1kg for ultimate portability.
This 17-inch laptop is designed for portability - a rare thing at this scale. It's ultra-light given its screen, but does that mean compromise?
Generally speaking 'budget' and 'gaming' aren't too words that go together. Cheap usually means lesser specs and poor performance. But not so here.
The 2020 Swift 3 brings a 3:2 aspect ratio screen, while squeezing the bezel compared to its predecessor. Here's our first impressions.
The 2020 Dell XPS 13 has tiny amounts of screen border, making it look ultra eye-catching. With a top spec to boot, is it the best laptop you can buy?
With more screen real-estate than the original, is the portable, affordable Windows 2-in-1 device better than ever? Check our our review
The Elite Dragonfly by HP might be billed as a compact and powerful business laptop, but you might just want this for yourself at home!
Does this 14-inch laptop cut the mustard? It's£1,599.99 a great performer with a decent screen, satisfactory specs and good all-round performance.
With Qualcomm hardware this Samsung offers superb battery life and 4G connectivity. But the ARM architecture means app limitations, so be cautious.
If you're looking for the most powerful Chromebook going then look no further. But does that add much more than additional expense to the experience?
The 13-inch MacBook Pro makes it 2020 return, complete with Touch Bar. But there's no larger screen option for this generation, so is it worth buying?
The m17 R2 is the 17-inch alternative to the m15, delivering huge specs and performance in a slender body. But is it style over substance?
The third-generation MateBook X Pro keeps the same design, but ramps up internal power with 10th Gen Intel Core i processors. Is it any good?
It's not a Yoga due to no 360-degree hinge or touchscreen, but everything else is extremely polished. It's not fancy, but it is fiercely good.
The 2020 MacBook Air takes what was great about the 2019 model and merely enhances the experience. The big win here those is that it gets the new
The Asus ZenBook Flip 15 has a 360-degree hinge. But the big thing you'll spot is the second screen trackpad: is it really of much use? Read on...
Gaming laptops are constantly shrinking in size and weight while packing plenty of punch. This MSI laptop is no different either.
There’s very little about the Pixelbook we don’t like. It’s nimble, lovely to use and looks great, plus it’s speedy and not as pricey as
It's rare to find a lightweight 17in laptop that's suited to day-to-day working. LG, however, has bucked the trend with this super big-screen offering
If you want a laptop with a versatile hinge mechanism that doesn't cost a fortune, the Spin 3 has a lot going for it. Here's our first impressions.
With an external E Ink display, Lenovo's dual-screen ThinkBook Plus is a different tool than a standard laptop. Does it makes sense?
Is it a tablet? Is it a laptop? The first folding-screen PC is here to defy expectations. Does it redefine the portable? Here's our first impressions.
We've had a brief play with the new Chromebook laptop at CES 2020 to find out more.
A true two-screen laptop that's often successful for its screen, keyboard and raw power. The second screen isn't perfect though, and it's pricey.
The biggest MacBook comes with a 16-inch screen and oodles of power. But does it fix the keyboard of previous models and is it worth the asking price?
With ScreenPad 2.0 inter-trackpad display tech, the ZenBook 14 has a USP. But does it make for a better functioning laptop? Here's our UX434 review.
The Lenovo Legion might not be as fancy as some gaming laptops we've tested, but that doesn't mean it should be ignored. Price is its biggest sell.
The Surface Laptop 3 15 is a proper MacBook Pro rival and a top addition to the Surface family.
Surface Pro X is a superb design that breathes new life into traditional Surface devices.
A striking gaming laptop both outwardly and in terms of spec. It's certainly a head-turner, but is it all style over substance? We put it to the test.
Apple's new MacBook Pro gets a refresh, but is it enough?
The Vaio A12 is a true 2-in-1, which is rare these days. It's got loads of ports and is comfortable to type on. But its spec and features confound.
With a main screen and secondary touch panel, the X 2S is unusual. Beyond the second screen it's feature packed with strong gaming specs and more.
With 4G LTE connectivity, Yoga 360-degree hinge, and strong specs, the C640 is an always-connected on-the-go laptop with heaps of appeal.
With updated Intel processors and smaller bezel, the C940 is, thanks to its Dolby Atmos hinge design, a versatile laptop and multimedia powerhouse.
You might not think 'gaming laptop' and 'entry-level' go hand in hand, but the Triton 300 is designed to be far more affordable than most.
Slim, light, with a new design to make for more comfortable typing. Now the Swift 5 also introduces discrete graphics up to Nvidia GeForce MX250 too.
There's little to criticise about this Asus Chromebook. It's far cheaper than a Windows laptop equivalent, but Chrome OS may be restrictive for some.
Sony Vaio left the laptop world in 2014. But now Vaio is back, sans Sony, with the Vaio SX14 (on review here) and the 2-in-1 Vaio A12.
Certainly not a laptop you should judge by its cover. It's so much more than first meets the eye: it's a real powerhouse for gaming.
Great as a day-to-day laptop, hundreds of pounds less than less powerful competition, the HP can even enable a bit of gaming thanks to its Nvidia GPU.
Apple quietly discontinued the 12-inch MacBook in 2019, meaning the current 13-inch MacBook Air is the smallest and, um, 'most affordable' Mac laptop.
The Acer Triton 500 is a compact, thin and lightweight gaming laptop from Acer that's set to compete with similar devices from Razer, Asus and more.