Eric Grevstad

Contributing Editor

Eric Grevstad
Formerly editor-in-chief of Home Office Computing, Eric Grevstad is a contributing editor for PCMag, where he earlier served as lead laptop analyst. A tech journalist since the TRS-80 and Apple II days, Grevstad specializes in lightweight laptops, mobile workstations, and productivity software. He works in a catful home office in Bradenton, Florida. Email him at [email protected].

Recent Articles by Eric Grevstad

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 3 Review

4.0

The quality you expect from the ThinkPad brand and a dazzling 4K OLED display make Lenovo's latest ThinkPad X1 Extreme a worthy contender among deluxe creative laptops.

By Eric Grevstad

Tested: The Lightest Laptops for 2020

Who has time to check baggage anymore? Whether you're catching a flight cross-country or just shuttling from home office to den all day, you need the lightest laptop possible. We've tested, well, tons of them. See all the buying advice you need to land the right one.

By Eric Grevstad

The Best 17-Inch Laptops for 2020

Time to muscle up! Today's biggest-screen notebooks are formidable, full-featured desktop alternatives for work and play alike. Here's everything you need to know to choose the right 17-inch gaming rig or mobile workstation, along with our top lab-tested picks.

By Eric Grevstad

Asus TUF Gaming A17 Review

3.5

Asus' giant-panel TUF Gaming A17 boasts a strong CPU and ample 1TB solid-state drive, but the disappointing display quality dents the otherwise impressive value of this 1080p gamer.

By Eric Grevstad

HP Chromebook x360 14c Review

4.0

Priced between modest consumer models and ritzy business units, the HP Chromebook x360 14c is an attractive example of Chrome OS done right.

By Eric Grevstad
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