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Casio G-Shock GBA-800

Casio G-Shock GBA-800 review

Is there still a place for a simple activity tracker? Casio has shown there is, provided it looks nothing like a basic fitness band at all. This is the GBA-800, a watch in the classic G-Shock style with activity tracking technology inside. We’ve been wearing it.
DJI Ronin-S review

DJI Ronin-S review

DJI may have been late to the game, but the Ronin-S was well worth the wait. With superior build quality and ergonomics, an excellent feature set, and the highest payload capacity of any gimbal we’ve yet test-ed, it is nothing short of a new benchmark for one-hanlde gimbals.
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Polar M430 review

Primogenitor of the heart rate sensor, Polar has fallen behind other fitness tracking companies like Fitbit and Garmin in recent years. With waterproofing and a large suite of fitness tracking tools, does the $200 Polar M430 have enough to leverage Polar's strengths for a new market?
Casio GPW-B1000 Rangeman

Casio GPR-B1000 Rangeman hands-on review

Casio’s latest Master of G series watch is the GPR-B1000 Rangeman, which has built-in GPS and solar charging, plus smart features and mapping through an app on your phone. It’s also the best looking version yet, and we’ve tried it out.
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Kelty Journey PerfectFIT Elite hands-on review

For fathers that are serious hikers, dealing with a struggling, upset child when you’re still miles from the trailhead can be a moral dealbreaker. A great backpack child carrier is investing in your own happiness and there are few better options than the Kelty Journey PerfectFIT Elite.
Wacom Intuos review

Wacom Intuos review

Wacom is a household name among graphic designers and photographers -- but can the company’s new budget-friendly pen tablet hold up to those standards? Starting at $80, with 4,096 levels of pressure sen-sitivity and numerous customizable buttons, the Intuos is an easy choice for beginners or creatives on budget.
Mohu Blade HD Antenna review

Mohu Blade HD Antenna review

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Optoma UHD50 Projector review

The Optoma UHD50 projector is the latest stab at making huge, cinema-quality images affordable. Does Optoma's 4K HDR device transform your living room into a movie theater, or is getting cinema-quality projection at home still only possible for the execs?
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Tag Heuer Connected Modular 41 review

Luxury smartwatches have been somewhat disappointing so far, with high prices, massive cases, and not a lot of reasons to buy one. Tag Heuer’s Connected Modular 41 overcomes previous problems to increase the desirability, but it’s still pricey compared to most others. We’ve been wearing one to see if it’s worth the extra.
Suunto 3 Fitness Black Review

Suunto 3 Fitness Review

To stay relevant, fitness tracker brands need an ace in the hole. For the new Suunto 3 Fitness, this comes in the form of Adaptive Training Guidance. A feature designed to put a personal trainer on your wrist and develop custom weekly workout plans – and it’s as impressive as it is innovative.
Kate Spade Scallop Touchscreen review

Kate Spade Scallop Touchscreen review

The Kate Spade Scallop is Kate Spade’s first fully-touchscreen smartwatch for women. It runs Wear OS, has a large 1.9-inch display, and is extremely customizable. But at $295, it’s pricier than other women’s smartwatches on the market. We take a closer look to see if this watch is worth the high price tag.
Olloclip Filmer's Kit review

Olloclip Filmer’s Kit review

Don’t let the name fool you -- the Filmer’s Kit is for more than just movies, combining several lenses that enhance all the photographic capabilities of your iPhone. The Olloclip Filmer's Kit includes a fisheye, two types of wide angles, a macro and a telephoto lens paired with a case and grip -- all available in smaller sets too.
Mobvoi Ticwatch E Review

Mobvoi Ticwatch E review

At just $160, Mobvoi’s Ticwatch E is one of the cheapest full touchscreen smartwatches you can buy, and it hasn’t skimped on the feature list, offering both a heart-rate sensor and GPS. This elevates it beyond watches that cost twice as much. We’ve worn one to see if the low price means corners have been cut elsewhere.
Crosley C6 Turntable Review

Crosley C6 turntable review

If you’re new to the world of analog audio, it can be hard to find an affordable turntable to spin your growing vinyl collection, let alone one that’s stylish enough to feature prominently in your living room. The sleek new Crosley C6 is designed to solve this problem. But does it sound as good as it looks?
Monolith BBQ Guru Edition review

Monolith BBQ Guru Edition Classic review

Take a whiff: can you smell it? It’s almost barbecue season, so it’s no surprise you’re looking for a high-tech grill. We tested out the Monolith BBQ Guru Edition with CyberQ Cloud to see if a traditional Kamado-style grill with a modern temperature probe and control base can live together in harmony.
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Misfit Path review

The Misfit Path is Misfit’s smallest hybrid smartwatch, yet. But don’t let its size fool you – it comes packed with tons of smartwatch features all wrapped into a modern and chic timepiece. You can receive notification alerts, track your activity, and more, all for an affordable price.
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Garmin Forerunner 645 Music review

Garmin’s latest wearable, the Forerunner 645 Music, is a full-featured fitness tracker that doubles as an impressive smartwatch. Featuring offline music streaming and storage, as well as the ability to make contactless payments, it’s a true jack-of-all-trades.
Naim Uniti Atom review

Naim Uniti Atom review

If you’re an audiophile who has embraced the wonders of on-demand music streaming, Naim’s Uniti Atom is ready to be the center of your digital audio universe.
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Marc Jacobs Riley Hybrid Smartwatch review

The Marc Jacobs Riley Hybrid Smartwatch has a quirky design and comes with a variety of smart functions. In our review, we take a closer look to see if its capabilities are as bold as its looks.
A.B. Art Touch X Review

A.B. Art Touch X hands-on review

Attracted by minimalist watches, but want to have some connected features too? The A.B. Art Touch X may fit the bill, with its understated design and hybrid smartwatch capabilities. We’ve worn it, and this is what it’s like.
Steadicam Air 25 review

Steadicam Air 25 review

With a foot pedal and gas lift spring to quickly adjust the height, the Steadicam Air 25 may just be the fastest and easiest to use monopod yet.
Smart Baraka review

Smart Baraka hands-on review

You want to wear a fitness tracker, but not one that only looks good with gym-wear? This is the Smart Baraka, made by Italian men’s jewelry-maker Baraka, which will look equally at home in the office as it will in the gym.
Mondaine Smart Helvetica review

Mondaine Smart Helvetica hands-on review

Swiss watch maker Mondaine is ready to release a new smartwatch, the beautiful Helvetica Smart. The classy style hides sensible smart features, backed up by a strong app, making a very desirable overall package. We out it on, and didn’t want to take it off.
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Sequent Supercharger hands-on review

Forget charging and forget replacing batteries, because the Sequent Supercharger hybrid smartwatch uses a true automatic movement to power its extensive smart features, including GPS and a heart rate sensor. It’s a revolution, and we’ve tried it out.
Hublot Big Bang Referee review

Hublot Big Bang Referee hands-on review

Hublot’s first smartwatch is the Big Bang Referee, a tie-up with FIFA, and is as ostentatious and expensive as you’d expect from the famous brand. We’ve got up close with one of the first examples.
Nixon Regulus review

Nixon Regulus hands-on review

It won’t connect to a smartphone but Nixon’s Regulus is the ideal wrist companion when you’re worried about smashing a touchscreen watch or an expensive alternative. Nixon developed this $150 digital timepiece with help from special ops soldiers to ensure it survives in harsh environments.
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Kronaby Apex Review

The Kronaby Apex hybrid smartwatch mixes a high class watch design and premium materials with connected smartwatch features, creating a tempting package. We’ve been wearing it to see if it’s with the equally premium price tag.
Haier Asu review

Haier Asu hands-on review

At this year’s Mobile World Congress, Haier announced the Asu Smartwatch – which looks like a calculator watch until you turn it on its side to reveal a built-in projector.
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Zero DSR electric motorcycle review

The Zero DSR electric motorcycle is an urban rider’s dream, with brisk acceleration, all-terrain capability and a very big fun-to-ride factor.
MSR Windburner review

MSR Windburner review

Already an expert in the camp stove industry, Mountain Safety Research just released its Windburner Stove System Combo, which comes standard with a remote-canister design, a ceramic sauce pot, and 8-inch skillet. After taking it on a recent backcountry ski trip, we never want to leave home without it.

BenQ HT2550 4K UHD HDR projector review

Can a $1500 projector really deliver a cinema-like 4K HDR experience in your home? We have the answers in our BenQ HT25500 review.
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Bluesmart Cabin 22 Hands-on Review

Bluesmart, a pioneer in smart luggage, has a new lineup of connected bags with improved features, de-sign, and tracking system. But, do you need it? Here’s our Bluesmart Cabin 22 hands-on review.
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AMD Ryzen CPUs With Vega Graphics Review

AMD claims its latest ‘APUs’ are powerful enough to run with entry-level GPUs. That’s a tall order for a couple budget processors. Can they deliver, or are budget PC gamers in a bad spot?
Hyperlite Mountain Gear Shell review

Hyperlite Mountain Gear Shell hands-on review

A hands-on review of The Shell, Hyperlite Mountain Gear's ultralight, tough, and technical jacket. Made with Dyneema and eVent technology, this jacket performs excellently in rain or shine.