These 2-in-1 computers ditch the clamshell style for 360-degree hinges and detachable keyboards.
Finding a portable PC with enough gaming power at a reasonable price can be tough. This low-cost machine fits the bill.
The brand’s attempt at a foldable PC is a showcase for the new form factor, but even Asus admits it’s “not a mass-market product.” We agree.
We went to Europe’s big tech showcase, where party fridges and supercharged water bottles ruled the floor.
This week, Asus fully revealed its first PC with a screen that folds up. WIRED has exclusive images of the prototypes it built to get there.
It’s still one of the few flagships with a headphone jack and microSD card slot.
We love the design overhaul, but the internal upgrade delivers only modest gains.
Microsoft’s updated midrange model is a top-tier student pick and cheaper MacBook alternative, but its battery leaves much to be desired.
With prices above $1,000 at the low end, MSI’s Katana GF66 no-frills gaming laptop struggles to make a mark as a value-for-money machine.
Samsung’s latest 2-in-1 laptop flagship makes few changes to its formula. Up against tough competition from Lenovo and HP, it’s falling behind.