M2 MacBook Air review: Phenomenal on every level

Apple's M2 MacBook Air ushers in a new era and further leapfrogs over Windows laptops on design, performance, and battery life.

The Yoga 9i folded backwards.

Lenovo Yoga 9i review: Peak convertible laptop

The Yoga 9i has the best of Lenovo’s new laptop designs: rounded corners, a full-width keyboard, 12th Gen Intel, and a big, bright OLED screen.

20212 Acer Nitro 5 review: gaming powerhouse, underwhelming work laptop

Acer Nitro 5 review: Terrific for 1080p gaming, but poor for work

With an Nvidia RTX 3050 Ti GPU, the Acer Nitro 5 is great for PC gaming on the go. Sadly, its poor ergonomics aren’t great for work.

MSI Creator Z16 Review

MSI Creator Z16 review: Gaming and content creation collide

This 15-inch creator-oriented laptop provides all the tools for on-the-go editing and gaming, but there are a few things that may be deal-breakers for you.

Samsung Galaxy Book Odyssey Review

Samsung’s Galaxy Book Odyssey didn’t turn me into a PC gamer

With an Nvidia RTX 3060 Ti onboard, the Galaxy Book Odyssey is more than capable of playing games, but you have to know its limits.

Teenage Engineering computer-1 PC case review and unboxing

Unboxing Teenage Engineering’s gorgeous Computer-1 PC case

Teenage Engineering’s computer-1 is arguably the most refreshing PC case to come out in years, and makes everyone’s gaudy RGB towers look cheap.


Surface Pro 8 review: The perfect 2-in-1 now exists!

Microsoft knocked the Surface Pro 8 out of the park. It’s got everything you could want in a laptop replacement. The Pro 8 is the future of laptops and you can buy it today.

Windows 11 review: Microsoft finally realizes design matters

Windows 11 review: Surface makeover

Microsoft doesn’t reinvent the wheel with Windows 11. It’s still Windows, only now it’s not ugly and it’s easier to use. Plus, it’s free for Windows 10 users, so it’s a no-brainer update.


ClockworkPi DevTerm review: A sick cyberdeck for your inner phreak

ClockworkPi's new minimalist, portable terminal is a lot of fun for new and experienced DIY computer enthusiasts, even if it's still mostly a toy.


MNT Reform: Building my own laptop

The whole process took about 1.5 hours and it was a ton of fun.