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The best computers for students
11 laptops, desktops and convertibles -- and that's not even counting our favorite gaming machines.
What we're playing: 'Wipeout', 'Dead Cells' and 'Danger Zone'
Another month, another great set of games.
Introducing Engadget's 2017 back-to-school guide!
We found 114 items for the classroom, dorm and a few places in between.
New in our buyer's guide: The OnePlus 5 and two Surface devices
Both the Surface Laptop and new Surface Pro made the cut.
What we're listening to in July
From Radiohead to New York history lessons.
What we're using in July
This month, one editor squares the benefits of Google WiFi against the cost.
What we've been watching in June
Ladies wrestling, 'Pygmalion' retakes and 'Jurassic Park.' Oh, and 'Baby Driver.'
What we're playing in June
Our favorites this month include a 1997 sim and an indie rogue-lite.
Our favorite games of E3 2017
These are the games we can't wait to try out at home.