Nextbase's 422GW is a modular system that accepts multiple camera types and features Alexa support, a touch display, and GPS. Aside from the lack of interior infrared, it's the near-perfect dash cam.
AddLink's 1TB NVMe SSD is available for $120. And it's no slouch of a performer either.
OWC's Envoy Pro Ex with USB-C is an external NVMe SSD with a weather-resistant case and capacities up to 2TB, as well at 980MBps speed.
Designed for 2.5-inch drives, including SATA SSDs, the Synology DS419slim is a mighty mite with a cornucopia of media-serving features, including the power to stream 4K video.
The Garmin Dash Cam 66W packs great features, including phone connectivity, into a very small profile, but it runs a bit on the hot side.
The Akaso Trace 1 Dash Cam produces very good video, especially the infrared interior captures, plus excellent battery run time, for an affordable price.
The super-svelte Garmin Dash Cam mini could be just the unobtrusive camera you seek. However, it lacks GPS, and the super-capacitor lasts only a second or two.
The Fledging Shell enclosure houses a single NVMe drive, giving you faster-than-SATA speeds, but also exposing the limits of USB 3.1 Gen 2.
The Sony SRS-XB32 is a fun Bluetooth portable speaker with a nice amount of thump and great overall sound. And its IP67 rating means it's submersible up to three feet.
LG's top-of-the-line 4K OLED remains a velvety, colorful, and now slightly brighter viewing experience.
Seagate's Exos x16 enterprise, IronWolf 16TB and IronWolf Pro 16TB raise hard drive capacity to an all-time high.
With one exception the Seagate FireCuda 510 proved the fastest M.2 NVMe SSD we've tested to date.
Samsung's best TV yet shows what's possible with 8K video. It also upscales lower-resolution material with aplomb.
Though priced for budget users, Kingston's KC2000 actually compares nicely with Samsung's mighty 970 Pro in real-world performance.
FileShadow consolidates your local and online data into one search-able and share-able 100GB repository. For free. The PC client is a pig, but the service is otherwise a gem.