High-End Laptop Recommendations
Our holiday guides have covered a lot of products so far, and just on the laptop side of things we've looked at budget laptops, Chromebooks, and mainstream offerings – and let's not forget the related Tablets guide, which overlaps with hybrid devices. Today, we wrap up our laptop coverage with the final catch-all category: "high-end" laptops. High-end means different things to different people, and with a price range of $1500 to $3000+ (you can spend more, but we'll try to keep things at least somewhat reasonable) there are a ton of options.
The bird's eye overview is that most people spending this much money on a laptop want a top quality device that also offers excellent performance, and it should have a display...
AMD price cuts are over now and things are leveling out. See what makes the cut this week for processors and motherboards.
Adam Rader on 9/3/2004
The whirlwind is finally starting to settle on Socket 939, Socket 775, DDR2, and PCI Express, and you can actually buy most of the new gear. Our High...
Wesley Fink on 8/30/2004
Storage prices are inching their way back up as hot deals and promises of no rebate hassles dry up.
Adam Rader on 8/27/2004
This week, we continue with our Buyer's Guides on mid-range systems this time around.
Evan Lieb on 8/23/2004
While DDR memory continues its upward price climb the video market from both NVIDIA and ATI seems to be producing more bang for your buck every day. See what...
Kristopher Kubicki & Adam Rader on 8/21/2004
More AMD price drops bring Athlon 64 into reach for almost everyone. Intel continues their launch of Socket 775, succesfully?
Anand Shimpi & Cara Hamm on 8/13/2004
We summarize what we have learned about Doom 3 in a Performance, Mainstream, and Value Buyer's Guide for Doom 3.
Wesley Fink on 8/7/2004
This week, we look over some of the latest options and recommendations for PATA, SATA and DVD storage choice.
Adam Rader on 8/7/2004
The newest game from id Software is chock-full of intense graphics, incredible graphics, and amazing programming. But what factor does sound hardware play in the Doom 3 gaming experience?
Derek Wilson on 8/6/2004
ATI and NVIDIA's new offerings haven't changed video prices much, or have they? DDR prices continue to change... and not for the better.
Vinney Shimpi on 7/30/2004
Socket 939, Socket 775, DDR2, and PCI Express all debuted last month. With all the new choices, our Overclocking Buyer's Guide gets completely revamped recommendations from top to...
Wesley Fink on 7/27/2004
64-bit computing: To buy or not to buy? We'll look at where prices are heading and where they are now to help make this decision a little...
Anand Shimpi & Laura Johnston on 7/23/2004
This week, we continue with our weekly Buyer's Guides for mid-range systems. We've added a few new picks and some other info since our last look at a mid...
Evan Lieb on 7/16/2004
Now that we've all seen the latest and greatest offerings from the big players in video, which one stands as the best value? We'll also visit the continuing...
Kristopher Kubicki and Howard Johnson on 7/9/2004
This week we continue with our weekly Buyer's Guides, for entry level systems this time around. We've added a few new picks and some other info since we last...
Evan Lieb on 7/7/2004
New sockets, CPU cores, and PCI Express. With all of the choices at hand, how can you find the best deal? We'll show you which processors and...
Cara Hamm on 7/6/2004
Socket 939, Socket 775, DDR2, and PCI Express have all debuted in the last month. With all the new choices, our High End Buyer's Guide gets some new...
Wesley Fink on 6/30/2004
We have new 12X DVDR and DVD Dual Layer drives inside. Another weekly edition of prices, deltas and more new products than you can shake a stick at.
Anand Lal Shimpi & Manveer Wasson on 6/19/2004