Nearly every one of the Roccat Horde Aimo's features comes with a caveat, from half-baked hybrid keys to dim RGB lighting.
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.
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.
While it doesn't cost as much as other wireless key finders, FindX also fails to match their reliability.
While more expensive than most smart plugs, this water-resistant plug lets you control your outdoor lights.
High image quality, fast printing and quick copying — both one-sided and two-sided — make the MB5420 a great fit for a small office in need of a bargain all-in-one.
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 Razer Cynosa offers decent membrane performance for the price, but you should spring for a mechanical keyboard if you can.
Alexa is built into this clever but pricey alarm clock, which also has physical buttons to let you control smart home devices and get some more shut-eye.
With responsive keys and a streamlined design, the SteelSeries Apex M750 is worth considering if you’re looking into the tournament scene.
The HyperX Alloy Elite has a spacious design, authentic Cherry MX keys, dedicated media controls and an interface that requires no software.
The olloclip Macro Pro lens set has good image quality and a range of macro zoom settings, but you'll need a steady hand with the longer macro zooms.
The olloclip Action lens set lets your iPhone zoom in or out, but at the cost of losing some features on the iPhone 7 Plus.
The olliclop core lens set offers some great photo possibilities, but at the cost of losing some features on the iPhone 7 Plus and being slightly awkward to use.
While it works only with the iPhone 7 Plus, this Kamerar kit gets you a macro, fish-eye and telephoto lens for less than $40.
The Ikan Fly X3 Plus is a great tool if you're looking for an easy way to take smooth video with your smartphone or GoPro.
The Covr Photo iPhone kit gives you the power to grab captivating candid photos, although it feels limited as a photo-taking accessory.
The Moleskine Smart Writing Set has everything you need to digitize your writing, but you're limited to one size notebook and need your smartphone for voice notes.
The LiveScribe 3 Black Edition can take your handwritten notes anywhere, but it's limited by proprietary paper and its own dependence on your phone's microphone.
Apple's first battery case is not the most attractive, but it will more than double the battery life of the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6s.
Manfrotto's updated case for the iPhone 6 lets you use your old lenses on a new phone, but its 3x telephoto lens produces too much distortion.
Moment's telephoto and wide-angle smartphone lenses offer best-in-class image quality with support for multiple phones and cases.