The Arlo Video Doorbell has nearly all the features you'd want in a video doorbell, and it costs less than the competition.
The Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is a winner, one of the best Android tablets and a solid competitor to Apple’s iPad.
The WeMo Mini smart plug makes it a cinch to make your floor lamp or some other appliance into a “smart” device.
The Amazon Echo Dot with Clock makes it easy to see the time and packs punchy sound in a small, familiar package.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is a delightfully compact big-screen phone with new S Pen powers, but is that enough?
IdentityForce offers the best overall service when credit monitoring is factored in, but LifeLock has the edge on pure identity protection.
Ring Video Doorbell 2 is flexible enough to go anywhere, plus it has good motion-alert settings and low cloud-storage costs.
RedMagic's latest gaming phone offers enough power at the right price that even non-gamers might want to take a look.
The iPhone XR delivers fast performance, great cameras and longer battery life than other flagship phones, all in a colorful and affordable package.
The SteelSeries Arctis 7 sets the standard for what a wireless gaming headset should be: functional, versatile and practical.
The Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum is an attractive, versatile keyboard with a fantastic interface and sensible extra features.
Google Stadia is an impressive cloud gaming service but it's half-completed and full of inconveniences.
The Sony WF-SP800N are legit wireless sports earbuds with strong aesthetics, battery life, and sound, but are missing some features.
The Ring Video Doorbell 3 Plus offers a new Pre-roll feature that lets you see more of what’s happening outside your door, but it’s not quite as good as the Nest Hello.
With a few new tweaks, HitFilm Express 14 maintains its position as the best free video editing software.
The JBL Quantum 800 provides fantastic sound and a comfortable fit, but frustrating interface issues drag down the experience.
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