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The Equinox arrives with a seriously skinny silhouette, three engine options and the ability to spy on your teen driver.
It doesn't have GPS and you can't swim with it, but that's okay: Series 1 might be the way to go for anyone who doesn't need those top-end fitness options.
The D-Link DIR-882 dual-band router can transmit data to multiple devices simultaneously, has robust customization and an affordable price.
Innovative controls and form-over-function omissions make the CL a great but frequently frustrating mirrorless camera to use at a high price.
It's been an impressive first year for the Switch as the clever hybrid console's ample game library lives up to its promise of being a home-and-away gaming machine.
The Buoy knows everything using water at home and if there's a problem.
Sharper performance, sharper looks... it's the whole package.
As far as mid-cycle refreshes go, this one is light.
With the TCL S305 series you're not paying extra for 4K resolution you can't see, or extras you'll never use. It's just a great streaming set for smaller rooms.
Samsung's $999 WF45M5500AZ front-load washing machine cleans well -- and looks good doing it.
They're not as bad as some people are saying, but the Pixel Buds don't yet translate to a good deal.
The OnePlus 5T improves an already solid flagship phone. But if you have the OnePlus 5, don't fret.
Microsoft's Surface Book 2 adds new CPUs, gamer-ready graphics and a bigger 15-inch screen option.
The new 13-inch HP Spectre is slim and solid.
Flo Technologies has a smart water monitoring kit that watches for leaks and shuts water off if it detects a problem.
The Honor 7X comes with a massive screen and charges little for it.
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.