Tablets, PCs, and E-Readers: Best of 2010

Important tablets such as the Apple iPad and the Samsung Galaxy Tab grab the glory here

By Editors, PC World |  Hardware, Apple, Galaxy Tab

ATI Radeon HD 5870 coverage (Eyefinity 6 Edition) | amd.com

Lenovo ThinkPad x100e

Laptop; starts at $449 This not-quite-a-netbook ultraportable may not have 8 hours of battery life, but its AMD Athlon and Turion processors make it a lot snappier than Atom-based netbooks. You also get Lenovo's legendary keyboard and touchpad quality. (#62)

Lenovo ThinkPad x100e review | lenovo.com

Corsair 800D

PC case; $270 It's no surprise that several of our top performance desktops use this massive chassis. A great choice for PC builders, it has side walls that pop off at the push of a button, and hot-swappable bays built onto its face. A side compartment for routing cables keeps the interior neat, which optimizes airflow and geek appeal. (#68)

Corsair 800D shopping information | corsair.com

Gateway SX2840-01

Desktop; $560 Small, svelte, and packed to the gills with stellar components, this budget PC doesn't break any records, but it does deliver great performance and a capacious hard drive at an excellent price. (#73)

Gateway SX2840-01 review | gateway.com

Lenovo ThinkPad W701ds

Laptop; starts at $3299 This enormous, heavy, dual-screen ThinkPad is outrageously fast. It also has a great screen, built-in display color calibration, an integrated Wacom drawing tablet, USB 3.0, and the kitchen sink. (#75)


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