The Acer Nitro 5 may be big and heavy, with so-so battery life and a fairly dim screen, but if you're shopping for a gaming laptop that handle AAA titles without breaking the bank, it delivers the goods.
Zap cached app files in a single tap, clear the Downloads folder, delete unneeded offline maps, take charge of music downloads, and more.
The Verizon Wireless-exclusive GizmoPal 2 is a relatively cheap, simple, and fun way to keep track of your kids.
The TruSense GPS Pendant is an affordable way to monitor an elderly loved one, but the lack of an accompanying mobile app is a frustrating omission.
Our top picks allow you to easily keep tabs on the munchkins in your life.
AngelSense GPS offers constant tracking, easy two-way calling, and frequent location alerts for the guardians of special-needs children.
Tough, light, and packed with features, the touchscreen LG GizmoGadget for Verizon Wireless is an enticing watch-style GPS tracker for kids and parents alike.
The 2-in-1 HP Spectre x360 15 gets a welcome performance bump, a 4K display and more, but we can't help but cast an envious eye toward the speedier Kaby Lake-G version.
Quiet yet snappy, roomy and programmable, the reasonably priced Logitech MK540 Advanced keyboard will appeal to typists looking for tactile typing experience without making too much of a racket, while the bundled mouse impresses with its smooth, solid scrolling and programmable gestures.
Tough, fast, and generous with battery life, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga has a lot going for it, but a bargain price isn't one of them.
The $900 Asus ZenBook Flip 14 makes for a solid entry in the current crop of Intel 8th-generation 2-in-1 convertibles, but you can do better for a tad more cash.
The $1,000 ZenBook 13 makes for a compelling ultraportable laptop, particularly for productivity-minded users with a taste for casual gaming.
The Azio Hue 2 keyboard boasts a roomy design, smooth, quiet keystrokes, and a reasonably inexpensive price (including a mouse). But its membrane-style switches were a bit sticky on our unit.
Packing a quad-core 8th-generation Intel processor and a robust battery into an impressively thin and light shell, the peppy but pricey LG Gram cranks all day without weighing you down.
With its vintage design and clicky, deeply satisfying typing feel, the Azio Retro Classic is an enticing—if pricey—treat for dedicated PC or Mac typists.