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Smartphones have turned all of us into amateur photographers, snapping pictures of anything and everything…
Featuring a 720p camera, 10 minute battery life, and a $99 price point, Tello aims to set the standard for entry level drones.
For hard floors, it’s the best budget robot cleaner we’ve tried yet, with a large dust box and smarter navigation. There are better models for carpets though, and the utility of the mopping feature will depend on your circumstances.
Beautifully designed, easy to use, performant and reliable, the AmpliFi HD has everything you need for no nonsense home Wi-Fi.
For the price, the Zolo Liberty+ are decent, but like most pairs of true-wireless earbuds, the sound quality certainly won’t knock your socks off. Battery life and comfort are impressive for the price, though.
The Blackview P6000 is a chunky 5.5 inch Android phone, with a huge battery and some impressive hardware under the hood. Priced at $280, this isn’t a flagship model, even if the specification fools you.
While the Google Home Max is probably too expensive for most, it’s the most powerful smart speaker out there and it’s definitely worth getting if you Google Assistant in a speaker with some serious bump.
Nubia’s feature packed Z17 Lite represents incredible value for money. Despite a medicore camera and polarizing software experience, the Z17 Lite is a premium phone in an affordable package.
The SparkMaker began life as a $99 Kickstarter, which I was understandably skeptical of. Not…
The action cam market was at one stage dominated by GoPro. However, if you're looking…
An electrostatic speaker is an unusual and rare beast. The treVolo S is somewhat chunky, with two large but thin “wings”, which fold down for easy transportation. But how does it actually sound?
The best quality image in its class. With power from any USB port and a standard HDMI input, it can be used with any source, and doesn’t require drivers installed. Portrait mode is also possible, but it’s a little delicate.
If you’re one of the many people who’ve avoided installing a security camera because of all the messy wiring issues involved, you no longer have an excuse. The Reolink Argus 2 is an impressive new wireless security camera that can even be powered indefinitely with the solar panel add-on.
Have you ever tried to play a game with a mouse and keyboard while sitting on the couch? It’s a miserable experience and barely worth trying. Unless it’s on a Roccat Sova.
The Xiaomi Huami Amazfit Bip fitness tracking watch offers similar features to $300 wearables – but for under $100. Is there a better wearable for the money?
Is it a phone? Is it a tablet? No, it’s a phablet! Looking for a full-bodied phone and a tablet on a budget? The UHANS Max 2 comes in at just under $150.
The Mavic Air is the follow up to the wildly popular Mavic Pro — a drone that I claimed was the best I have ever flown. But the Air is $200 cheaper than it’s Pro sibling.
Apple’s HomePod marks the company’s entry into the smart speaker market. But should you buy one?
Nanoleaf Rhythm is the coolest smart lighting kit, ever: customizable, modular, expandable, and visible even in the daytime. The music reactive Rhythm mode is incredible, and it doesn’t need a smartphone to work. Compatible with all the major voice assistants.
Meet Cozmo, a cute little robot from Anki -- makers of the ever popular Overdrive…
Looking for a small tablet and a laptop? The Chuwi SurBook Mini 2-in-1 tablet combines both into a 10.1-inch package. While the SurBook’s build quality and specifications are very good for $250, is it worth your money?
There's no doubt that our sedentary lifestyles are driving factors of the current obesity "epidemic".…
Way back in 2013 we reviewed the original Ultimate Ears Boom bluetooth speaker, and since…
It wasn’t long ago that you’d need a whole crew of people, some professional know-how, and a lot of expensive bits of metal and screws to get smooth cinematic footage. Now you only need a stabilizer of some sort, like the Zhiyun Crane 2.