Reviews

Reviews

What to buy, what you shouldn't, and how to use it all.

Nikon Z FC review: fashion over focus

It might remind you of a vintage metal camera, but it’s all plastic

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What’s the best student laptop? We asked students

The best laptops for students, from kindergarten through college

Jabra Elite 7 Pro review: something’s missing

Jabra’s latest earbuds impress on voice quality but arrive without the company’s signature feature

Levels Health review: optimize your fitness with a $400 glucose tracker

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The best streaming device to buy right now

Google pulled ahead with the best home screen

The best phone to buy right now

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The best smartphone you can buy for under $500

You can get a great smartphone at this price, whether you want an iPhone, a 90Hz screen, or 5G support

Ring Alarm Pro review: all you need to start a smart home

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The best smart displays for every home

This graphene battery pack charges incredibly fast 

This ultra-short throw projector can almost replace a TV

But you need to really hate the look of televisions

Audi RS E-tron GT review: electric extravagance 

Wooting Two HE review: an analog keyboard in a digital world

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DJI Mavic 3 review: a pricey drone that performs

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The best noise-canceling headphones to buy right now

Get some peace and quiet with the best noise-canceling headphones for a variety of uses

Fossil Gen 6 smartwatch review: better luck next time

Decent hardware saddled with old and tired software

Logitech’s cutesy Pop Keys keyboard is annoyingly form over function

For the aesthetic

Apple macOS 12 Monterey review: the best is yet to come

The iPhone marries the Mac

Alienware X17 review: pretty pixels for a pretty penny

It delivers the 4K future I’ve been waiting for, but it came at a weird time

Amazon Glow review: fun but unfinished

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The best wireless earbuds to buy right now

Intel’s 12th Gen Core i9 doesn’t need Windows 11 for AMD beating boosts

Nokia G50 review: affordable but awfully average

Brydge’s 11-inch Max Plus iPad keyboard is now available

Stack Overflow’s copy / paste keyboard is no joke

Nanoleaf’s Lines make it easy to color your walls with light