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Acer Aspire S7-392-6411

If you're looking for a svelte laptop to show off, yet still be able to do real work in Windows 8, the Acer Aspire S7-392-6411 is the ultrabook you want. It's the current pinnacle of the ultrabook trend and shows the brilliance PC makers can return under Intel's increasingly stringent standards for ultrabooks.BW

Acer Aspire S7-392-6411

If you're looking for a svelte laptop to show off, yet still be able to do real work in Windows 8, the Acer Aspire S7-392-6411 is the ultrabook you want. It's the current pinnacle of the ultrabook trend and shows the brilliance PC makers can return under Intel's increasingly stringent standards for ultrabooks.BW

Acer B296CL

If you're tired of dealing with the clutter of multiple monitors and their associated cables and power bricks, the time is right to upgrade to an ultra-wide monitor such as the Acer B296CL. It's a reasonably priced 29-inch ultra-wide monitor offering a generous selection of ports, solid IPS color performance, and an ergonomic stand. The panel loses some luminance when viewed from an extreme vertical angle and the monitor does not have an auto-rotate feature, but these are trivial issues. Laarni Almendrala Ragaza

Acer B296CL

If you're tired of dealing with the clutter of multiple monitors and their associated cables and power bricks, the time is right to upgrade to an ultra-wide monitor such as the Acer B296CL. It's a reasonably priced 29-inch ultra-wide monitor offering a generous selection of ports, solid IPS color performance, and an ergonomic stand. The panel loses some luminance when viewed from an extreme vertical angle and the monitor does not have an auto-rotate feature, but these are trivial issues. Laarni Almendrala Ragaza

Acer C7 Chromebook (C710-2055)

Google's Chromebooks have long promised affordability and simplicity, and the Acer C7 Chromebook (C710-2055) delivers in spades. It's faster, better, and lasts longer than other Chromebooks on the market, plus it offers a host of online and offline tools with a healthy mix of local and cloud storage.Brian Westover

Acer C7 Chromebook (C710-2055)

Google's Chromebooks have long promised affordability and simplicity, and the Acer C7 Chromebook (C710-2055) delivers in spades. It's faster, better, and lasts longer than other Chromebooks on the market, plus it offers a host of online and offline tools with a healthy mix of local and cloud storage.Brian Westover

Adobe Photoshop CC

The gold standard in digital image editing never ceases to amaze us with its ability to top the previous year's release. Not only is 2013's Photoshop CC the first version to be offered in subscription-only format for a reasonable $19.99 a month, but it offers exciting new imaging possibilities with the impressive Camera Shake Reduction feature, Smart Sharpen, Intelligent Up Sampling, and Camera Raw as a filter. Many of the new features target professional designers with more CSS support, automated asset slicing, and conditional actions. No longer are high-end tools restricted to Photoshop Extended edition; you get every Photoshop tool with the subscription, including 3D, video, and image analysis.Michael Muchmore

Adobe Photoshop CC

The gold standard in digital image editing never ceases to amaze us with its ability to top the previous year's release. Not only is 2013's Photoshop CC the first version to be offered in subscription-only format for a reasonable $19.99 a month, but it offers exciting new imaging possibilities with the impressive Camera Shake Reduction feature, Smart Sharpen, Intelligent Up Sampling, and Camera Raw as a filter. Many of the new features target professional designers with more CSS support, automated asset slicing, and conditional actions. No longer are high-end tools restricted to Photoshop Extended edition; you get every Photoshop tool with the subscription, including 3D, video, and image analysis.Michael Muchmore