The computer business is booming and the industry is growing.
But with an expanding set of technologies, it’s hard to know which technologies are best suited for each individual.
The answer to that question, of course, is often a lot more complicated than it appears.
We’ve taken a look at the most popular and best-selling computers for the average home and office user.
The top 10 best-sellers are mostly the same as those that were listed in this week’s Best of CES, with the exception of some of the new products.
The list also includes a few notable newcomers, like the Samsung S27X series and the ASUS Zenbook Pro.
For more of our CES 2018 coverage, check out the stories we’re publishing on the site every day.
The latest from CES 2018 | What to watch for at the CES 2018 conference | Best home theater PCs and mobile devices The top-selling computer of CES 2018 The Asus Zenbook S27x, with a price tag of $2,699, is the top-seller in the list of best-seller PCs, followed by the Samsung Alpha G2450, the Intel Core i7-7820HK and the Nvidia GeForce GT 940MX.
This is the first time a new laptop or desktop computer has made the list.
Intel Core 2 Duo E6850 3.3GHz 3GB 256GB PCIe 3.0 x16, 2x8GB SSD, up to 13.3″ (21.6cm) display Acer Iconia XE7, with $999 price tag Acer Iconias XE8, with Intel Core2 Duo E6750 3GHz 3TB 256GB SATA 3.1 x4, 2 x 8GB SSD Intel HD Graphics 620, up for $549 Asus ZenBook Pro 4G with Intel HD 4000, Intel Core S3510HQ 3.7GHz 3.2TB SATA 3, Intel Iris Pro Graphics 5200 2x 4GB DDR3L RAM, up from 1x 2GB Intel HD 3000, up Asus Zen Book 4G for $1,199 Asus ZenPad E1, with 2TB DDR3, 2GB DDR2, up Intel HD 2400, up The top seller is also the Asus Zenpad E1 with the same Intel HD 2500 processor, which has a 2.6GHz 2GB dual-channel DDR3 memory kit.
The ZenPad 3 is the same processor, but it comes with a 128GB SSD instead of a 256GB one.
Both the Asus and Lenovo ZenBook 3 come with a 10-day money back guarantee, but the Lenovo is only available for two months.
The Asus is also a $1.99 per month device with a limited edition of 20,000 units.
The Lenovo offers a 10GB of SSD storage, a wireless adapter, a camera, and the USB Type-C connector, while the Asus offers an Intel Wireless-AC 802.11ac wireless adapter.
The Acer Iconian XE6, with 3GB of RAM, has a 3,000mAh battery and can also be upgraded with a faster version of the Intel Iris Plus 6200, but its battery life is average.
The Intel HD 4400 is the second-best-selling laptop of CES 2017, and this time it’s the Asus XE5.
The XE 5 comes with the Core i5-7300HQ processor and has an Intel Iris Graphics 540.
This version of Intel’s Iris Plus processor is still the fastest on the market, but we’ll get to the details of that later.
The best-looking laptop of the CES 2017 showdowns The ASUS ZenBook 4G has a $799 price tag and a 3.5GHz 2TB SSD, which can also run Intel Iris 4200 and Iris Graphics 530.
Asus Zen Pad E1 is a $649 device with an Intel Core M3-1350 processor, 4GB RAM, an Intel HD 4600 GPU, and a 1TB SSD.
The screen is 13.5″ (22.2cm) diagonal and has a 1920 x 1080 resolution, though the laptop doesn’t support touch input.
The E1 comes with an 802.12ac wireless router and a Bluetooth keyboard.
The new ASUS ZenPad Pro is a 5.7-inch display with a 1920×1080 display.
The Pro has a 1.8GHz dual-core processor, 16GB of DDR4 RAM, and 64GB of onboard storage, which comes with 802.10ac and Bluetooth connectivity.
Asus sells the Pro in a 13-inch and 16-inch configuration, while Lenovo offers an 11.6-inch version.
The 13.1-inch model is a bit pricier at $1.,199.
The display is 1080p at 2560 x 1440 resolution, but at this resolution the screen is slightly too bright.
Asus offers a 3-year warranty, but Lenovo offers 10-year coverage.
Dell’s Precision X300 series laptops are still popular