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In our review of the Microsoft Surface Studio, we'll show you how it and the Surface Dial propel the all-in-one PC category forward.
With the Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft has rediscovered its sense of fun, building in everything from 3D content to 4K Netflix capabilties as it launches tools for creators and consumers alike.
The Creators Update may not have everything Microsoft promised, but what's there is fun: gaming, inking, e-reading and more.
Asus packs solid performance and generous amounts of storage into a convertible that costs much less than the competition.
You use touch all the time on your smartphone and tablet, and now you can do it on the Yoga Book, too, with its combination touch keyboard and drawing surface
Thin may be in, but you can get more bang for your buck.
It feels weird at first, but Paint 3D builds in lots of help for people just getting started with creating 3D objects.
The price is exorbitant and the internal components aren't world class, but the Surface Studio may have the most breathtaking all-in-one display ever.
Mark Hachman shares first impressions of Microsoft's most eclectic new peripheral: a puck-shaped dial that places radial menus directly on Surface displays.
Incredible hardware, Win32 apps, Continuum: the HP Elite x3 is the first Windows phone your friends are going to envy.
HP's Elite x3 combines amazing hardware, tremendous battery life, a stellar Continuum experience, and support for older Win32 apps. Whether that's enough to buoy Microsoft's vision remains to be seen.
This 12-inch MacBook clone is a premium Windows ultraportable, but a few design choices keep it from rising above all its competition—MacOS and Windows alike.
Windows 10's Anniversary Update polishes mature features like Cortana, Edge, and Skype while pointing the way toward a pen-enabled future. Windows 10 users should be pleased, but Windows 10 holdouts may remain unmoved.
Creative Cloud updates give photo editors powerful new tools without disrupting familiar workflows, and the video apps and Adobe Stock are improved too.
Chuwi's dual-boot Android/Windows convertible tablet sounds fantastic, especially for under $300. Just don't go in expecting it to do more than basic video playback, Web browsing, and document creation—all of which it does quite well.
The fans asked, and we have answered. We compare laptops on price, not form factor, to see if the fight is fairer. See what happens.
Even with its design quirks, this big work notebook is impressive: It packs in a 4K touchscreen display, quad-core CPU, and discrete GPU for just $1,500.
Origin PC's custom micro-tower crams high-performance hardware into an impressively small amount of space.