A number of bizarre design elements make the Corsair K83 Wireless much more difficult to use than it needs to be.
The Renga Boost is good enough for everyday play, particularly if you don't want to drop $100 or more on a decent audio accessory.
The PowerA Enhanced Wireless Controller for Nintendo Switch is a great third-party alternative, but lack of rumble could be a dealbreaker for some.
The Razer Kraken Tournament Edition combines clever design, stellar audio and a comfortable fit, all for $100.
The Razer Mamba Wireless mouse features flawless wireless performance, comfortable textured grips and gorgeous RGB lighting.
The PowerA Enhanced Xbox One Controller brings a lot of value, but that raises the question: Why not pay a little more for the real thing?
Keep the Acer Predator Aethon 500 if it came with your new Acer PC; otherwise, you could do much better for the same price.
The HyperX Pulsefire FPS Pro is a gorgeous, balanced mouse that's well worth its reasonable price of admission.
The Brother MFC-J895DW all-in-one inkjet printer delivers solid performance in many categories, and average ink costs, but the photo-scan quality and speed are lacking.
The Sennheiser GSP 600 delivers good sound for both games and music, but its bulky design and dearth of extra features make it a tough sell.
The Libratone Track+ offers the comfort, sound, style and serviceability you want from premium wireless, in-ear ANC headphones, though battery life is subpar.
Beautiful, functional and innovative, the Corsair K70 RGB Mk.2 is a gaming keyboard that has something for everyone.
The Corsair Strafe RGB Mk.2 provides an aesthetically ambitious blend of performance, usability and quality components.
The Olloclip Mobile Photography Box Set is the iPhone X lens kit to get, thanks to three quality interchangeable lenses that work with all the phone's cameras.
The PanoClip is the least-expensive smartphone accessory for taking 360-degree photos, but be prepared to make some compromises.
The Marseille mCable (Gaming Edition) promises a sharper, clearer picture for your gaming enjoyment, but the improvements are modest.
Plantronics' RIG 400 produces high-quality audio, but key gaming functions, like mic chat and noise cancellation, could use some work.
In spite of a few missteps, the Corsair HS70 delivers quality sound and high-fidelity wireless at a reasonable price.
Those who want an inexpensive, high-quality, no-frills wireless gaming mouse will find a lot to like in the Logitech G305.
The Plantronics BackBeat Fit Boost Edition offers steady bass and ergonomics but not much else to warrant its high expense.
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 Razer Mamba Hyperflux is a clever idea that's ultimately undermined by its limited utility and extremely high price.
The Away Bigger Carry-On with Pocket is a well-designed smart suitcase with plenty of room and a removable battery for charging your gadgets.
The AKRacing Masters Series Pro gaming chair delivers comfort and style — if you're handy with an Allen wrench.