A powerline extender kit lets you stretch your network connection to any part of the house using the wiring that's already in the walls.
The Konnwei KW681 may not have some high-end features, but it’s small, light and can help when there’s not enough juice to start the car.
It’s big and bold, but the XTool Anyscan A30 goes beyond showing OBD fault codes and it is perfect for those with intermittent electrical problems.
The Linksys Hydra Pro 6E is less expensive than most Wi-Fi 6e routers, but you'll give up some performance for that savings.
The Netgear Nighthawk AX6 (RAX50) combines high-speed operations with great security, but it's pricey.
Bitdefender Antivirus Free Edition runs on autopilot and offers no extras or customization options, but it's ideal for anyone who doesn't want to fuss with antivirus software.
IdentityForce UltraSecure + Credit remains our Editors' Choice because it delivers thorough, comprehensive identity protection and credit monitoring for a reasonable price.
IDShield's frequent credit scores are handy, though IdentityForce and LifeLock monitor more credit bureaus and personal data.
LifeLock with Norton 360 is kind of an irresistible combination of identity-theft-protection and antivirus software, but it leaves a bit to be desired for credit monitoring.
The Innova CarScan Inspector 5310 diagnostic scanner is cheap, easy to use and offers repair suggestions
The Foxwell NT614 Elite OBD-II automotive diagnostic scanner squeezes a large screen into a small and easy-to-hold horizontal case. It can probe many car problems, but it can't run on battery power.
The ThinkDiag is a dependable Bluetooth-based OBD-II scanner, but it comes with an annual subscription cost
The rare OBD-II automotive diagnostic scanner that has a multimeter electrical tester to track down an intermittent fault or check a light bulb, the Autel AutoLink AL539 does double duty.
Basic but effective at ferreting out common automotive problems, the SeekOne SK860 OBD-II diagnostic scanner shows live data and current faults and can tell you if your car will pass inspection.
Small, attractive, easy to hold and moderately priced, Ancel's BD310 OBD-II scanner operates both as a handheld unit or via Bluetooth and can act as an extra dashboard display.
Small, light, and inexpensive, the EDiag YA-101 OBD-II automotive scanner offers a wide array of diagnostic functions plus a battery-test sequence, firmware updates and a lifetime warranty.
Bosch's OBD 1300 automotive diagnostic scanner excels by including cables to connect with pre-1996 cars. But the scanner doesn't come with any instructions and can get heavy.
Google Wifi is easy to use, more affordable than competing mesh routers and delivers solid performance (if you get the three-pack).
The Trendnet TPL-423E2K powerline extender offers good-enough performance for a low price, with features that make it a better buy than you might expect.