Samsung's pro-level NX1 mirrorless camera excels in many areas, but is weak in tracking moving subjects. Here's how to make it work better.
One of the fastest DSLRs, the 7D Mark II is ideal for action shooting, but has more image noise than cheaper cams, including Canon's own 70D.
The NX1 is a groundbreaking device with great features, including rapid shooting and gorgeous 4K video, but it has some rough edges as well.
The Epson WorkForce WF-2540 offers a bevy of business-friendly features, but slow print and scan speeds hold it back.
Brother's sub-$100 all-in-one offers generally speedy print and scan performance, along with fax capability.
The HP Envy 7640 is one sleek all-in-one with a useful touch screen and easy access to ink, but it'’s not good enough of a performer.
As the quality of smartphone cameras improves, they are challenging not only point-and-shoots but also entry-level DSLRs and mirrorless cams.
The Brother MFC-J5620DW provides solid performance and large 11 x 17 prints, but the photo quality could be better.
The Canon Pixma MG7520 offers excellent photo quality, fast print times and a low cost per page, making it an excellent all-in-one.
For well under $100, the Canon Pixma MG5620 pairs strong photo output and speedy print times with affordable ink prices.
The Epson Expression Premium XP-820 delivers top-notch photo printing and fast print times along with an easy-to-use touch-screen panel.
The HP OfficeJet 4630 offers business-friendly features like a document feeder and fax buttons, but is held back by poor output quality and high ink costs.
The Canon G7 X is our top pick among advanced compact cameras, offering superb image quality and fast autofocus.
Two hot compact cameras aimed at serious photographers battle it out for image and video quality. Find out which is best for you.