Katie Cincotta Asus's new Transformer Book Trio can change between a laptop, a tablet and a desktop PC.
Adam Turner The best little Android tablet just keeps getting better with Google's second generation Nexus 7.
Adam Turner Big is beautiful, but has Asus gone an inch too far?
Adam Turner Part tablet, part notebook, Asus' Transformer Pad Infinity is an intriguing gadget but certainly a niche product.
Adam Turner The most influential gadget of 2012, the Android-powered Nexus 7 raises the bar for all tablets.
Macman As iPads continue their invasion, desktop PC sales are assuming the trajectory of a brick.
Adam Turner After Santa has come and gone, which tech bargains will you pick up in the post-Christmas sales?
Adam Turner The Nexus 7 is still one of the best tablets on the shelves, so how do you improve it?
Adam Turner Ultra-thin notebooks generally sacrifice too much in the pursuit of style, but Sony's carbon fibre Vaio Pro 13 strikes an impressive balance of form and function.
Adam Turner Microsoft's iPad killer has failed to win over gadget shoppers and PC makers.
Adam Turner Following in the footsteps of graphics cards, Android handset makers have been caught tweaking their devices to boost benchmark results.
Adam Turner The idea of a locked-down tablet for kids sounds appealing, but the Kurio 7S might be a little too locked-down for your liking.
David Pogue They may be slick but the latest hybrids may not be worth the price.
Adam Turner What's the perfect gadget for your travel bag?
Edward C. Baig Radical changes, possibly the biggest to ever hit Windows PCs, are going to dramatically alter the status quo of computing this week.
Adam Turner Without the ability to run desktop applications, why would I want Microsoft's Surface RT over an Apple or Android tablet?
Adam Turner Can a touch-friendly tile interface for the PC win over customers?
Adam Turner Today's widescreen computer monitors rival the size and picture quality of a mid-sized television.
Bleeding Edge Put a PC under the tree without the cost but with all the bells.
Farhad Manjoo We have Apple to thank for the demise of the netbook.