Aspiring 360-degree photographers and the curious will find some fun in the Theta S, but serious shooters should look elsewhere.
The Swann Xtreem Gravity Pursuit is a drone for people who want to take decent-quality video in the air without paying a fortune.
Using a technique called sous vide, the Anova Precision Cooker is a nearly foolproof way to ensure any meat you cook comes out perfectly tender.
A remote sensor lets the Ecobee3 smart thermostat monitor the temperature in more than one room in your house.
The M3D Micro is a basic 3D printer that offers value for the money, but lacks the flexibility and speed of more expensive models.
The TRNDlabs Skeye Hexa is a small, cute drone that is easy to fly and offers a few neat stunt tricks.
This toy looks and sounds like the Millennium Falcon, but it's not as fun to fly as other drones in its price range.
This education-focused 3D printer offers a good range of features and excellent software for multiple users, but there are better printers for home users.
The DJI Phantom 3 Standard is a great camera drone that is easy to fly and takes high quality video.
A fun-to-fly drone that takes high-quality video and stills, but with an awkward touch-screen controller.
The Parrot Minidrone Airborne Night and Airborne Cargo are fun drones to fly and have simple touch-screen controls.
The Yuneec Typhoon Q500 4K is a powerful drone with numerous flight modes and high-quality video, but some of the features are overcomplicated and difficult to use.
The TAZ 5 is an excellent 3D printer for the serious user who wants high volume, high speed and high print quality.
The XYZ Nobel 1.0 is a promising device that brings SLA printing to a new, low price point of $1,500. But there are too many quirks and problems to make it a winner.
The Blade Nano is a simple, easy-to-fly quadcopter that's a great pick for beginner or trainee pilots.
This powerful, high-quality 3D printer offers a huge build space and excellent software. For those who need to produce large, high-quality prints, it will be a great pick.
The SeeMeCNC Orion Delta is a great pick for printing large, smooth objects in a number of materials, but it's not great for small, detailed items.
The LulzBot Mini justifies its price with high quality, easy operation and support for a wide range of materials.
With layers failing to stick to the print bed or each other, the majority of prints failed, and we cannot recommend this device to anyone.
3D Systems' Cube 3 offers simple 3D printing in two colors at once. Quality varies, though, and the print material is unusually expensive.
The Ultimaker 2 is a well-built, sophisticated 3D printer that produces high-quality prints in a variety of materials. But it isn't cheap.
$799 da Vinci 1.0 AiO combo offers decent 3D printing performance, but poor 3D scanning quality - failing on all but the simplest objects.
This expensive 3D printer produces excellent-quality 3D prints using a resin material, but it does have some quirks.