Want to make your smartphone photos tangible? The pocket-size Kodak Smile printer gives you fun prints in seconds.
The new Aspire Z24 delivers power for day-to-day use, along with features that make life a little easier, all for an affordable price.
The Canon ImageClass MF743Cdw is very fast, full-featured and keeps printing costs low, but two-sided printing is a bit sluggish.
The Corsair M55 RGB Pro is one of the best ambidextrous mice on the market — and at $40, also one of the most affordable.
While the design is a bit too familiar, the Corsair Nightsword RGB is a good, large gaming mouse with tunable weights.
The Epson EcoTank ET-4750 offers a full set of features, fast printing, and high image quality, making it a great printer for most uses — but the real selling point is its extremely low ink costs.
The Logitech G502 Lightspeed is still one of the best gaming mice ever made, but now it comes without any inconvenient wires.
The Corsair Glaive RGB Pro is a versatile mouse with solid performance, but you may not use its biggest feature much.
If you want a big wireless mouse, the Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless is your most affordable option as well as a pretty solid peripheral.
The Roccat Kova Aimo is fully ambidextrous and performs well, making it an excellent bargain, no matter which hand you favor.
Media Composer | First is a powerful pro-level app for Media Composer aspirants, but it's not for the faint of heart.
The Maingear Vybe is a powerful RTX gaming desktop with a ton of freedom for customization, but it's quite big and can get expensive.
The OfficeJet Pro 9025 offers loads of speed and features for high volume work, and very competitive ink costs, but image quality via the document feeder could be improved.
The Razer Turret for Xbox One is a very expensive upgrade, but it makes living-room mouse-and-keyboard controls both possible and elegant.
The Apple iMac 21.5-inch (2019) bumps up the performance and display, but keeps those unsightly bezels and has subpar audio.
While the new 27-inch iMac is largely unchanged from the 2017 model, upgraded components give this all-in-one a much-needed speed boost.
For a full PC experience that will easily fit into your home entertainment setup, the Azulle Byte3 is the mini PC to choose, thanks to its accessible design, better-than expected performance and included remote control.
Dremel's LC40 laser cutter lets tinkerers and schools safely cut and engrave wood, leather and other materials. But its high-quality output doesn't come cheap.
The HP M148fdw offers high image quality and lots of features and speed for the money. But the control-panel operation is a little clumsy, and the wireless setup is a chore.
The HP Sprocket Photo Printer (2nd Edition) is a compact photo printer that fits into a pocket, but the fun part of photo printing is held back by major color issues.
The HP Omen Reactor mouse is a mixed bag, but worth hanging onto if you can get it as a pack-in for a new PC, or at a discount.
The Corsair Harpoon RGB Wireless is an impressive wireless gaming mouse, especially considering its low price.
The MSI Pro 24X 7M delivers decent productivity performance in a slim, monitor-like design, but it isn't well-suited to heavy workloads.
The small wireless HP Tango X prints quickly and delivers high print quality, but the smartphone copy and scan functions leave much to be desired.
When it comes to inexpensive project PCs, the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ is cheap, capable and better than ever.
The Microsoft Surface Studio 2 is the best touch-screen all-in-one you'll find for drawing and digital creation, but even with updated hardware, this device is not as amazing the second time around.
The Mac mini (late 2014 edition) is an affordable and attractive OS X machine, though it sacrifices the upgradability of previous models.
3D-print enthusiasts who want to try SLA printing at low cost may be tempted by the MP Mini Deluxe. But be prepared to invest some time in getting it running.