With decent performance, a bright screen, and a low price, the Acer Chromebook 11 suits everyday needs perfectly.
The Acer Aspire E 15 offers powerful hardware for a reasonable price, but its faults show when you take a closer look.
Whether it’s VR, intense gaming or 4K graphics, the MSI Infinite A has the power to take on almost any task.
Come for the gaming, stay for the VR, the 17-inch MSI GP72VRX Leopard Pro has plenty of power for a mid-range mobile PC.
Updated You can have Ultra graphics or 4K with Acer’s biggest and meanest 17-inch gaming laptop, but not necessarily both.
With a sharp look, strong performance and long-lasting battery, the Dell Chromebook 13 is ready for work.
The Dell Inspiron 15 7000 kicks up gaming with powerful sound and battery, but long load times can be a total drag.
The Lenovo Yoga 700 is great for both the on-the-go or lounging lifestyle, though you'll pay extra for its versatility.
The portable, colorful Acer Aspire Switch 10 E sure can go all day on a charge, but this laptop does so doing very little.
PC Gaming Week The PC gaming hardware scene is heating up and these could be the titles to define this generation.
An all-in-one desktop system that turns into a 18.5-inch tablet, the Dell XPS 18 features excellent versatility, but at the cost of some performance.
Lenovo's Horizon 2 all-in-one PC transforms into a tabletop tablet computer, but is laying flat really a stand out feature?
Updated The LG Chromebase is an all-in-one PC that costs less than a iPad Air and is easy to use, though beware the significant learning curve.
Lenovo's C260 is an affordable, middling all-in-one PC built for basic tasks, but is there anything special about it?
The Acer Aspire Z3 offers a gorgeous 23-inch, 1080p touchscreen with lots of other features, but lacks in power.
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