Adam Turner More than a tablet but less than a PC, the Google Chromebook joins the growing line-up of post-PC devices.
Adam Turner Brimming with potential and priced to sell, Acer's stripped-down Chromebook is the perfect travel companion.
Adam Turner Does a stripped-down computer need a budget price tag?
Farhad Manjoo We have Apple to thank for the demise of the netbook.
Adam Turner Part tablet, part notebook, Asus' Transformer Pad Infinity is an intriguing gadget but certainly a niche product.
Adam Turner Between low-powered netbooks and expensive ultrabooks lies a handful of small notebooks perfect for your travel bag.
Adam Turner If you're looking for a highly portable notebook without having to sacrifice grunt, then an ultrabook might be the answer.
Adam Turner What's the perfect gadget for your travel bag?
I n a week that has seen the launch of the iPad 3, it's hard to talk about anything but tablet computers.
Adam Turner Have we been trained to simply sit back and consume?
Adam Turner The incredibly inexpensive credit-card-size Raspberry Pi harks back to a simpler time, when programmers intimately built gadgets from the ground up.
The bare-bones Raspberry Pi is for tinkerers, writes Adam Turner.
Simon Tsang Launched to coincide with the Melbourne formula one grand prix, Acer's latest Ferrari-branded notebook is a stunner.
Charles Arthur Notebooks now dominate sales and have become not just an interesting option for a second computer but the primary machine for a lot of people.
Say goodbye to the "black brick" laptop. The era of the plain, dowdy PC is officially over. As computer makers roll out their new notebooks and netbooks, razor-thin, sleek and colourful designs are...
David Flynn Once you get past essential technical specifications, what sets each make and model of PC apart?
David Flynn Processors are the brain of the PC. It's easily the most important factor in choosing your next desktop or laptop and you can always upgrade the memory and the hard drive later on.
Garry Barker A little button on the tab-bar of Firefox's latest browser, version 3.5, has kindled a new flame in the hoary debate on whether it is quicker to use keyboard shortcuts rather than a mouse.
David Flynn When netbooks first appeared on the market two years ago, it was their $500 price tag that drew the most attention. These little low-cost laptops suddenly made go-anywhere mobile computing affordable.