The HP X9000 Omen gaming mouse offers comfort and functionality, but it feels dated due to mediocre software and unoriginal design.
The Alienware X51 gaming desktop provides impressive performance for the price in a stylish, living-room-friendly package.
If you can find it for less than full price, it's easy to like Lenovo's C40 all-in-one with its 21.5-inch display and handy HDMI-in port.
The Logitech MX Master mouse combines a gorgeous, ergonomic design with a multitude of buttons and competent software.
If you value comfort, performance and colorful lighting, the Razer DeathAdder Chroma is the mouse to get.
The Intel NUC is a mini PC that delivers a surprising amount of power in a compact and customizable chassis.
The Intel Compute stick is the smallest full-fledged Windows PC you can buy, and it's quite capable for the price.
A few years ago, the Grip 500 gaming mouse would have felt state of the art, but so-so software and design make it feel outdated.
The Gigabyte Brix packs a speedy 5th Generation Core i7 processor and NFC support into a tiny, 1-pound chassis.
The Stream Mini Desktop stuffs an affordable, attractive PC for streaming media and browsing the Web into a chassis the size of a Tupperware container.
The Turtle Beach Grip 300 demonstrates that you don't need a ton of options, fancy software or a high price tag to make a great gaming mouse.
While larger than other mini PCs, the M83 Tiny is a powerful desktop for home and business, with an optional all-in-one monitor accessory.
The Logitech G303 Daedalus Apex optical gaming mouse is functional and colorful, and works for just about any gamer and any genre.
The Lenovo B50 Touch is a powerful and attractive family all-in-one, if you're willing to pay a premium for it.
The Roccat Kone XTD is still close to the top of the all-purpose gaming mouse hierarchy, held back by only a few forgivable foibles.
If you're in the market for a comfortable, inexpensive gaming mouse, the Roccat Savu is worth a look. Hardcore gamers should look elsewhere.
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.
The Maingear Shift is an attractive, quiet and highly customizable gaming PC for those who have a big budget.
While the Razer Naga Epic Chroma is for MMO diehards only, its lighting, performance and wireless capabilities make it a marvelous mouse.
The new Dell Chromebox is a speedy and powerful little device that runs Chrome OS smoothly via its Core i3 processor.
Questionable design choices and ineffective software hamper the CM Storm Mizar at almost every turn. It's inexpensive for a reason.
The massive Origin PC Millennium offers gamers tons of power and customizability, but at the cost of pricey parts and loud fans.
The Lenovo Horizon 2s' slim design and unique tabletop experience make it an impressively versatile all-in-one PC for the family.
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.