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Want the taste of wood-fired pizza at home? Breville's Pizzaiolo just might deliver.
The cut-down version of Devialet's high-end wireless speaker goes deep for about $1,000.
The $350 "pure" Android phone has dual cameras and selfie flair.
At the same irresistible price, it looks and sounds better than ever. But can it slow Google's growing momentum?
Google's latest phone-centric $35 streaming puck is basically the same as the old one.
The I-Pace features Jaguar style and reflexes backed by electric muscle.
The third iteration of the WH-1000X is more comfortable, sounds slightly better and features even better noise-canceling performance along with USB-C charging.
The $200 headset is Bluetooth-enabled and can be used both at home and wirelessly for music listening and mobile gaming on the go.
Google's smart display cuts the camera and adds adaptive brightness and a smart home control panel.
The Denon AVR-S740H receiver offers excellent sound, a generous feature set and a great price, making it one of our favorite midpriced models.
BMW's carbon-fiber toy mixes plug-in efficiency with eye-popping style and driving fun.
With built-in thermoelectric cooling plates inside the earcups, this unique headset drops its temperature by a good 10 degrees or more.
Its innovative camera makes video chats look like they were filmed by a professional camera operator.
After two editions designed for the classroom, HP's Chromebook convertible goes premium.
This shiny, cost-conscious phone comes with dual cameras and more trimmings than you'd expect.