Updated Sony has been hard at work pushing its high-end Xperia Z, but that's not stopped it quietly crafting a superb-looking and hard-working handset.
Dell's latest family-friendly Ultrabook with boasting Windows 8. But does its lack of a touchscreen damage its chances of success?
Anything one screen can do, two screens can do better. Such is the thinking behind Asus's latest premium notebook-tablet hybrid, the Asus Taichi.
Blending dedicated graphics with impressive components, this obscure 14-inch laptop aims to challenge the Ultrabook big-hitters.
Toshiba's flagship Ultrabook range, including the Satellite Z930-10X, uses Intel Ivy Bridge processors for multitasking for workers.
The MSI CX640MX may only be a sub-£400 laptop, but it manages to get the formula of power and price exactly right.
The original Zenbook still takes some beating. This year's follow-up has Intel's new Ivy Bridge yet is more affordable.
Fujitsu's Android tablet is aimed at business users, but packs features that will appeal to people in general rather than just for business users.
If you're looking for the right laptop to help create your next masterpiece then there's a strong case to be made for the HP Pavilion dv7.
In Depth "Our model is really about a premium brand and premium quality" - that's how Samsung execs talked up their laptop designs when TechRadar met them in Korea.
We feel the Toshiba Satellite P850 works best as a light entertainment machine, and proves there's more to a laptop than simply which processor it's bundled with.
The HP Pavilion g6-1331ea is a low-cost laptop with extraordinary power that tears up the rulebook in what can be achieved on a tight budget.
The centrepiece of the Asus K53S is the impressive Intel Core i7-2670QM CPU that blew through our benchmarking tests with ease.
The Advent Monza is a budget laptop with a super-low price tag and healthy pound-for-pound tech specs. Unfortunately, it doesn't manage to match its rivals for power or performance.
The Medion Erazer range has been gaining ground in the minds of gamers. Even if you're not an avid Skyrim fan there's still plenty to be had from the 17-inch model, the Medion Erazer X7815.
Lenovo's B570 comes in a range of incarnations. The budget model sports stripped-down components, but retains the great keyboard and solid build quality of the pricier models.
The Fujitsu Lifebook AH531 is a perfectly capable machine that will offer basic users the experience they're looking for at a bargain price.
Updated Throwing off the Ericsson shackles properly, the Xperia T brings a fantastic screen in 'Sony's best ever smartphone'... apparently.
The Toshiba Satellite Pro C660-2F7 is what you'd expect from a low priced laptop. But inside there's a Sandy Bridge processor and more.
A budget Acer tablet with a couple of omissions but loaded up with Ice Cream Sandwich, an impressive screen and microSD compatibility.
Samsung's first Ultrabook might get noticed thanks to the friendly price, but can it live up to the Ultrabook moniker?