The Lenovo ThinkPad X121e is a great laptop for someone looking for portability and not high performance.
The Alienware X51 is a slim, affordable, over-powered, gaming machine geared toward serious gamers that are not willing or able to shell out thousands of dollars on a PC.
Yet another attempt at getting a share of the tablet market, but the Pantech Element strikes out.
The SteelSeries Sensei is a great buy for anyone who loves gaming, because it was designed with features that gamers love.
VMware Fusion 4 is a good virtualization application for Mac users with only slight performances differences in most categories when compared to Parallels 7.
Parallels 7 is quite possibly the best virtualization option available for Mac users today, outperforming VMware Fusion 4 in more than a few areas.
Less than stellar battery life along with a high MSRP for a 7 inch tablet may keep buyers away from this otherwise excellent performer.
The Motorola Droid Xyboard 8.2 tablet is nice with 4G speeds, but is too expensive for people to be interested in.
The Asus Zenbook UX31 is a sharp-looking ultrabook with great specs that is severly let down by its poor touch pad and keyboard.
The Razr-inspired Xoom 2 comes with many improvements over its predecessor. However, quad-core tablets like the Asus Prime already heading to store shelves make it very difficult to recommend the Xoom 2 over both current and future generation tablets.