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The Motif Mentor's pour-over coffee pointers don't come cheap.
Notion's second generation of sensors improve battery life, add Nest integration and extend range -- but customization options are still limited.
The updated gaming chair from Singapore startup Secretlab now ships to the US, UK and Australia as well.
Samsung's WA54M8750AW top-load washing machine has some significant flaws.
It’s got everything you’d expect from a smartwatch, including cellular connectivity -- if smartwatches are your thing.
Amazon's Alexa voice service finds a home on your car's dashboard through integration with Garmin's newest device and navigation software.
It's just as fast as the iPhone X, has a longer battery life, and, well, it still has the home button. The iPhone 8 Plus is a great pick for anyone not ready for Face ID.
Microsoft's Surface Book 2 adds new CPUs, gamer-ready graphics and a bigger 15-inch screen option.
The Bluetooth speaker also comes with old-school physical knobs for your inner hipster.
PureGear's PureSwitch wireless smart plug costs $40 and is a quick and easy way to smarten up your home's devices.
This battery-powered Google Assistant speaker has a lot going for it, but it lacks polish.
With an attractive new design, compelling features and near-perfect performance, this fancy fridge feels like a legit luxury.
LG just gave Samsung a run for the money.
The RLX Sport Hybrid boasts more power and handling tech than the competition, but its cabin electronics leave us cold.
The new 13-inch HP Spectre is slim and solid.
The $1,699 Samsung NX58M6850S freestanding gas oven is an impressive cooker that's full of useful features.
Apple's AirPods still aren't perfect, but a series of small software upgrades have made them better.
The Super Handling All-Wheel Drive technology turns the three-row SUV into a veritable corner carver.
It's more efficient, more agile and has smarter tech than before, but it's still a 'Stang with a standard Line Lock burnout mode!