With Google Glass on the backburner, Epson’s Moverio BT-200 is one of the few augmented reality platforms you can currently buy. It’s a novel way to watch Netflix, but does it…
We review HP’s versatile, aluminum-clad business tablet. Can a slew of accessories help this Atom-powered device stand out in a world of more powerful do-it-all devices?
We review HTC’s Desire Eye. Its 13-megapixel front-facing camera makes it great for selfie enthusiasts, but those who just want an attractive, powerful mid-range phone should…
We review Meta’s M1 Core, a smartwatch built by watchmakers, rather than consumer-electronics heavyweights.
Samsung’s $249 Intel Bay Trail-powered Chromebook 2 sports excellent input devices and audio, but can Chrome run smoothly on just 2GB of RAM?
If you’re in the hunt for a high-end laptop that also doubles as a tablet, the Yoga 3 Pro could be one of the best options out there.
We review Dell’s Venue 7 tablet. Can stock Android 4.4, plus a decent camera and audio compensate for the device’s single gig of RAM?
Acer’s $599 B286HK boasts one of the lowest prices around for a 4K monitor. It's not without issues, though.
Toshiba’s much-improved Satellite Click 2 Pro sports Ultrabook-class internals, and a revamped hinge, but can this detachable outclass the competition?
We review Toshiba’s Encore 2, a budget priced Windows 8 tablet with a nice LCD screen. Can its low price and reasonably good looks make up for its 1GB of RAM and a…
We review the Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport—Sprint’s rugged version of the S5. Can a colorful exterior and tactile buttons set it apart from a pack of excellent Android alternatives?
Whether you're a gamer or not, we have two PC builds for you that will net you a pretty good computer for roughly $1,000.
The Maingear Vybe offers good performance, but if you’re sticking to 1080p gaming, you can safely opt for a lesser configuration.
We review Lenovo’s budget-friendly 10-inch tablet. It performs well and has good speakers, but the low-res IPS screen looks fuzzy.