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Preview: PCMag.com Notebooks Product Guide

PCMag.com Notebooks Product Guide



Latest Laptop & Notebook news, how-tos, editor & user reviews from PCMag.com



 



Origin PC EVO15-S
The Origin PC EVO15-S gaming laptop delivers exceptional power in a truly thin chassis thanks to its Max-Q GTX 1070 graphics card. Add in a sleek quality build, solid battery life, and an impressive array of features, and we have a winner.



Microsoft Reveals Windows 10 on ARM Limitations
The ARM version of Windows 10 will run most things, but not everything and you may be disappointed.



Fired System Admin Sabotages Railway Network
He removed admin account access, deleted files, changes passwords, and caused chaos for his former employer Canadian Pacific Railway.



Samsung Notebook 9 Pen
The Notebook 9 Pen is a solid, if somewhat unremarkable 2-in-1 laptop with a useful stylus and pleasing screen. But its price is a bit high for what you get.



Fujitsu Recalls Thousands of Laptop Batteries Due to Fire Risk
The battery packs were supplied by Panasonic and could result in a battery fire, one of which has already been reported.






Dell Inspiron 13 5000 2-in-1 (5379)
Unless you need to wring as much computing power as possible out of an extremely strict budget, you can find lighter, smaller, and longer-lasting convertibles than the Dell Inspiron 13 5000.



HP Brings Privacy Filter to Mobile Workstations
The company also introduced revamped versions of its EliteBook 800 series notebooks, some of which include discrete AMD graphics.



Lenovo Recalls Certain ThinkPad X1 Carbon Laptops Over Fire Risk
The affected laptops contain an unfastened screw, which can damage the lithium-ion battery inside, Lenovo said. The recall applies to over 80,000 laptop units sold in US, Canada.