HP’s latest Dragonfly Chromebook is heavily influenced by Google’s Pixelbook, and we’re pleased about it.
The Herman Miller x Logitech Vantum Gaming Chair offers amazing support in a minimalist design, but the headrest feels like an afterthought.
The Hollyland Lark C1 Duo wireless mic kit brings some design flare and quality audio to the exploding content creator wireless mic market.
The Honor Magic Vs has all the makings of a true combo breaker — an affordable foldable with premium stylings and enough performance to be an effective daily driver.
The Lenovo ThinkPad T16 Gen 1 is a decent laptop thanks to its swift performance, long-lasting battery life and superb sound system, but its cost might be too steep to make it worthwhile.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite Kids Edition is just the original Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite with an ugly case. It’s not clever.
If you’re looking for a rugged tablet, the Getac ZX10 is an excellent choice. With perky performance and a daylight-readable display making it perfect for first responders and those in construction.
The MSI Titan GT77 HX is the tip of the RTX 4090 iceberg in terms of pure power and gaming prowess, but its portability takes a hit because of it.
Fire Emblem Engage is a fun entry into the franchise, nailing all of those fan service elements, but it lacks the creativity to engage its fans.
The Xiaomi 13 takes another big step forward in the fight to be the best compact Android flagship with big specs, a gorgeous display, top-notch cameras, and a sleek aesthetic.
The Lenovo ThinkPad P16 Gen 1 offers excellent performance comboed with a gorgeous display, a clicky keyboard, and great audio. Unfortunately, it’s stupid expensive.
The Razer BlackWidow V4 Pro trades wireless support for a whole host of new controls and gorgeous underglow lighting that make it a compelling option for gamers, content creators, and more.
The PS VR2 brings a high quality VR experiece, easy plug-and-play setup and a promising catalog of games, just as long as you can deal with the sticker shock.
For professional athletes, the Watch Ultra is the most fitting option, but what about regular people like me? It’s still an optimal choice for the average Joe — as long as you have the ‘right’ wrist.
The MacBook Pro 16 brings beauty, beastly performance and the longest battery life we’ve seen, but the price could be a dealbreaker.