Although it's fun to fly, the affordable Tello Drone is tricky to program.
The Orbit is one of the best-looking key finders we've tested, but its performance doesn't live up to its looks.
The Lapa key tracker handles the basics of helping you find your lost keys. But its constant notifications make the gadget a pain to use.
The GDU O2 is an easy-to-carry drone that takes 4K video, but we prefer the quality that comes from the smaller and sleeker DJI Mavic Air.
A light bulb or a Bluetooth speaker? The Sengled Solo Color Plus is both, but it's on the pricey side.
The Yi Lite is an impressive, full-featured action camera with above-average performance, a high-quality touch screen and image stabilization.
The latest Spectacles offer neat upgrades from the first pair of camera-equipped glasses, but overall issues persist.
Part of Tile's new Pro Series of key finders, the Tile Sport and Tile Style offer pleasing designs and improved hardware that put them ahead of all rival tracking devices.
It doesn't have the range or the loudness of the new Tile Sport Series, but the $25 Tile Mate remains a good value if you want a dependable key tracker.
The intriguing Peopoly Moai 3D printer gives you a relatively expensive entry into SLA printing, though extensive tweaking and expertise is required.
Smaller, more compact and less expensive than its predecessor, the DJI Mavic Air still has the same great camera and some new features that make this drone even better.
Dremel's 3D printer produces quality prints and it's easy to use, but the proprietary filaments required for the DigiLab 3D40 are pretty expensive.
The Nook GlowLight 3 is functional, but it suffers from a half-baked interface, a general lack of speed and some features that just don't work.
Shark makes a good impression with its first robot vacuum, but the Ion Robot 750 shouldn't be your first choice.
Yamaha's YAS-706 delivers full sound and a robust feature set, though it's better for video than it is for music.
Yamaha's slim YAS-207 soundbar creates an immersive experience for watching movies and TV, though it isn't as good for music.
UBtech's Star Wars First Order Stormtrooper is an adorable bipedal robot that's faithful to the series, but as of now, it doesn't do enough.
Pixie Point stands out from other key finders by using augmented reality to help track down missing items. But the process is more involved than it needs to be.
The XY3 key finder improves upon previous gadgets from XY Find It, but it's still no match for trackers from Tile, TrackR and Chipolo.
Wistiki thinks how a key finder looks is just as important as how it performs. And while the Voilà stands out from the key finder crowd, other trackers do a better job for less money.
TrackR Bravo is a decent, if inconsistent, key finder, and it may be your best choice if you want a gadget with a replaceable battery.
The Pebblebee Honey is a decent key finder that suffers from a bare-bones app and inconsistent connectivity.