The Intel 670p pulls consistent, competitive performance out of its single-sided QLC, a first for the company in an NVMe SSD.
These planar ribbon headphones sound fantastic, especially in the sub-bass region, but they could use more padding on the headband.
We review the best 1080p and 4K dash cams. They record what's ahead (and sometimes what's behind), and ideally mark it with GPS, too. Exactly what you need on today's mean streets.
The Aukey DRS1 offers great 4K UHD day and night video captures, is easy to use, easy to install, and even easy on the budget.
Sylvania's Roadsight Pro covers all the bases for a front, front/rear dash cam combo: Great video, GPS, and easy camera removal for safekeeping.
The Jomise K7 dash cam takes excellent day and night front video, looks nice, and has the best interface going. But forced activation via phone is problematic.
Caixun's model EC55S isn't a great 55-inch TV, but for the price, you get a pleasing picture with no real annoyances—and that's not a given in this price class.
TCL's 6-Series delivers mini-LED contrast and brightness and rich quantum dot color at a very affordable price.
These headphones will appeal to kids of a certain age and type. They sound remarkably good for the price and allow parents to lock down the volume.
The Cobra SC 201 front/interior dash cam is easy to use, with great video, GPS, cloud uploads, and a long warranty. Note the app doesn't work with older Android phones.
The Adata XPG Gammix S70 is very fast, and nicely affordable. But its large, non-removable heat sink presents fitment issues. A new version with a smaller heat sink is in the works.
Quality over size is our usual mantra, but vendors don't generally offer their best technology in TVs smaller than 55-inch class.
Samsung is at it again: Its new 870 EVO SATA SSD delivers best-in-class performance at a competitive price.
The 2TB Silicon Power US70 turned in excellent sustained transfer times, rivaling some of the top-tier competition. Overall performance is mid-range, though at a nice price.
Samsung is finally incorporating its self-emissive Micro-LED technology into TVs that deep-pocketed early adopters will be interested in buying.
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