While it captures great video, other features of the Levana Mila baby monitor lack the same polish that competing products boast.
XYZprinting's latest entry-level 3D printer, the da Vinci Nano, packs in a lot of features for its low price, and is a good choice for getting started with 3D printing.
Home and educational users will find a lot to like with the Monoprice Voxel, a neat 3D printer that produces high-quality prints at a low cost.
The Polaroid PlaySmart 3D printer costs more than other novice models, but it produces great prints. Here’s how it measures up to other top 3D printers.
The Tile Mate costs $10 less than the superior Tile Pro, but you give up longer range and a louder alarm.
The Tile Pro is still the key finder to get, especially now that this year’s model boasts the longest range we’ve ever tested.
The Chipolo One is a key finder that stands out thanks to its excellent out-of-range alerts and low-price. It’s an excellent alternative to the Tile Pro if you want a lower-cost tracker.
The best key finders get even better as both the Tile Mate and Tile Pro add replaceable batteries to an already impressive set of features.
The Tile Slim tracker has increased range and a powerful alarm, making it a great way to find your wallet or purse.
The iRobot Braava jet 240 won't replace a traditional mop and bucket on really dirty floors, but it does keep floors clean and dust free in between deep cleanings.
The Glion Dolly electric scooter is sturdy, has a good range and speed, and folds up quickly and easily.
The newest SLA 3D printer from Formlabs costs a lot, but professionals will willingly pay for these high-quality prints produced without much hassle.
The Nanit Plus baby monitor goes beyond simply watching or recording your baby’s activities, and the enhanced features may be worth the steep price.
The Samsung Galaxy Buds offer great sound, more than 5 hours of battery life and near-instantaneous pairing, all in a stylish, comfortable pair of buds.
The Fluidity Aviator makes controlling a DJI drone more natural, if you're willing to deal with an awkward setup.
The Kindle can be a good product, if you're willing to tweak it, but reading under default conditions can be very distracting.
This inexpensive smartwatch highlights health and fitness and is surprisingly good for less than $80.
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