CES 2022 has no shortage of new and emerging tech, but many won't hit store shelves until years later. To the tech-loving enthusiasts who can't wait to buy the latest and greatest, this list is for you.
HP has targeted the hybrid-work market with an extensive portfolio at CES 2022, ranging from premium ultraportable laptops to monitors to compact, desktop and all-in-one desktop PCs.
The premium PC subbrand is encompassing beefier laptop internals and branching out to peripherals.
Smarter collaboration between a PC's two main computational engines is boosting performance and power efficiency.
The Swift X family gets new 14-inch and 16-inch models powered by Intel's new 12th-generation Alder Lake Core processors, while the company adds three new Chromebooks to its offerings.
Taiwanese device maker says its folding Zenbook should handle at least 30,000 folds and will be available mid-year.
The new devices feature better camera and audio capabilities for more immersive collaboration, including new computer vision technology available in select models.
This two-in-one Chromebook/tablet boasts a fabulous display.
The new series of ThinkPad laptops, powered by AMD Ryzen PRO processors, are built with recycled materials to help Lenovo, and its customers achieve sustainability goals.
Currently available for preorder on crowdfunding site Indiegogo with either an Intel Pentium Silver N6000 or Core i7-1195G7 processor, this teeny-tiny notebook features a touchscreen with stylus support, full keyboard, and swappable expansion modules.
One of the most limiting elements of business travel with a laptop is the number of displays available. A portable, battery-powered monitor is fantastic, and this one looks amazing.
Even in today's chaotic PC component market, it's still possible to build a capable, fun rig for under $600 that will let you enjoy some of the biggest games on the planet.