An excellent Ultrabook option for power users, from a very unlikely source.
Lenovo revisits its disappointing X1, and the result is the ThinkPad Ultrabook we’ve been waiting for.
Can AMD keep up the APU momentum in the face of Ivy Bridge and its graphical improvements?
Sony’s convertible tablet gets Windows 8 devices off to an exhilarating start, but ergonomic niggles tarnish the experience.
With a polished, glass-clad body and the finest display on any Ultrabook, HP's Envy 14 Spectre isn't only breathtaking, it's also quite expensive.
Slim, light and surprisingly powerful, but ergonomic problems and heat issues put paid to the X11’s aspirations.
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