Before the dawn of the tablet, and long after the tablet craze has faded into distant memory, people the world over will be using laptops on a daily basis for work, school, and play. There's just no better all-around PC for the majority of users than a slim, reasonably-fast machine that you can take just about anywhere. We've come across quite a few over time, and the ones we find particularly interesting we review here.
We'll also be covering mini PCs in this section, as they can often play the role of a desktop PC in a form factor a lot closer to a laptop, even after you add a monitor. We think that these mini PCs will really take over the desktop market given enough time, as CPUs become more smaller, more powerful, and more efficient, along with the rest of standard PC components. By the way, if you'd like to try your hand at building your own mini desktop PC, stop by our Introduction to Small Form Factor PCs, updated on a monthly basis.