The Vava Dash Cam 2K takes good video and has a 72-hour internal battery. Lacking an integrated display, it's suitable only for phone-centric lifestyles.
Fluance's Ai40's are affordable Bluetooth bookshelf speakers that sound great thanks to subtle psychoacoustic tricks applied by a DSP.
The GoSafe S810 offers great day, night, and low-light 1080p captures to the front, and 720p to the rear. But there are a lot of wires, GPS is a rather pricey option, and the tandem won't run at all without 12-volt power.
The HyperX Fury RGB balances sturdy design and pretty lights with a tendency to get bogged down when writing large amounts of data.
With an evocative name like Savage EXO we were expecting great performance from this super-portable USB 3.1 Gen 2 (10Gbps) SSD. We got it—with small amounts of data. a
This smart TV shines with HDR, but Vizio's new array backlighting is more prone to artifacts and there are holdover processing glitches from last year.
You'll pay extra for the branding, but this is a strong and well-designed speaker, even it it isn't built by the company famous for its "Marshall stack."
The Vantrue OnDash N1 Pro surprised us by taking good video in day, night, and low-light conditions and just nailing it in terms of usability and small form factor.
CrashPlan is ending its home-user service on October 23, 2018. Options include upgrading to CrashPlan's business tier, or seeking alternative services. We'll walk you through the choices.
With vibration compensation for reliable operation tightly packed with other hard drives, the Seagate IronWolf Pro 14TB is great for NAS and servers. It's also Seagate's fastest and vastest hard drive to date.
The Dash Cam 45 is Garmin's most affordable camera, but its video quality can be subpar, night captures could use more detail, and image stabilization on rough roads was an issue.
The Dash Cam 65W boasts every modern feature in a super-compact with a unique magnetic mount. The video is very good, though being 180-degree, it does fish-eye a bit.
The Seagate Barracuda now tops out at 14TB and 260MBps. It's a hair slower than the company's IronWolf Pro, but a bit cheaper, with the same warranty and data recovery service.
The H9E Plus is the most affordable 120Hz TV we've seen, and the extra 60Hz do make for about the smoothest motion in its class. But HDR still doesn't pop as with some similarly-priced models.
SanDisk's Extreme SSD is as classy and practical as it gets in portable storage, with a ruggedized, but thin and handsome design. It's also fast, though not quite on a par with Samsung's T5.