Much like the larger TrackR Bravo, the compact TrackR Pixel helps you locate your missing keys, adding a flashing LED light to aid in the search.
You use a unique hand controller to pilot this fun and affordable drone, but don't expect long flight times.
While it doesn't cost as much as other wireless key finders, FindX also fails to match their reliability.
UBTech's Jimu Robot Kits have enough parts to build complicated robots that can be programmed to move in complex ways, giving a curious child endless possibilities.
The Bell Howell Tac Light Lantern makes some pretty big claims, but we were impressed with its days-long battery life, performance under harsh conditions and genuinely bright light.
The Sony HT-ST5000 soundbar delivers detailed audio, booming bass and encompassing Atmos surround sound, but the quality comes at a steep price.
The Ubtech Lynx humanoid robot is cute, integrates with Alexa well and does some neat tricks, but is very expensive.
Kids and other low-budget pilots will like the FPV features the Kodo offers, but the image quality isn't great.
Cue's CleverBot offers a very realistic and entertaining programming experience that teaches kids how to code.
While they're a little difficult to put together, these unusual robots are fun to play with, especially when you have two or more robots and players.
This package — which gives you a drone, a controller, a camera and FPV goggles for less than $180 — is a near-steal.
While its interface could be improved, the CyberQ Cloud did an excellent job at regulating a smoker's temperature and letting me manage it from afar.
At such a reasonable price, it's difficult to turn down TCL's 55-inch 4K set, which boasts HDR support and the popular Roku smart-TV interface.
The Robo C2 offers high-quality prints at a reasonable price, but the printer takes a while to produce large prints
The 43-inch Amazon Fire TV Edition is tempting, but the picture quality from this set doesn't measure up to the advanced, Alexa-centric interface.
The best robot kit for younger kids, Lego Boost turns programming into a game your child will want to play.
While pricey, the Petcube Bites is a fun way to check in on your pets remotely and send them treats.
Sony's pricey STEM kit teaches kids to code, using a combination of helpful lessons and powerful building blocks.
Anki's Cozmo is a cute robot plaything that can teach basic coding ideas, but it relies far too much on a smartphone or tablet.
While pricey, the DJI Spark is the company’s smallest and least expensive drone, and can be controlled using nothing but your hand.
Egomaniacs and selfie addicts might get a kick out of the Rova Selfie Drone, but it's too expensive for everyone else.
JBL's Cinema SB 450 delivers 4K video with a ton of bass and volume, making this soundbar a legitimate contender to replace your home-theater sound system.
The XYZ da Vinci Mix Jr. is a decent 3D printer at a good price that features a color-blending trick up its sleeve. Unfortunately, the trick doesn’t turn out to be as cool as it first looks.
The GDU Byrd lets you attach a variety of cameras to its frame, but it doesn’t offer as much control or as many features as the DJI Mavic Pro.
This intelligent alarm clock could eliminate your need for multiple cumbersome devices that wake you up or settle you down to sleep.