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Cluttered controls and a cramped drum make this fast Samsung dryer stumble.
Black & Decker breaks new ground with its first toaster oven that also air-fries food.
The ZenBook 13 is the world's thinnest 13.3-inch laptop with a discrete GPU so you don't sacrifice performance for size.
Why stare at a tiny screen when you can get a drone's-eye view?
There are only two updates to Pentax's flagship DSLR, but they're potentially impressive.
Forget about a complicated hardwired setup -- Ring's plug-in Spotlight Cam connects to wall outlets.
You put the BoxLock on a container where delivery people stow your stuff. Only you and the deliverer can open the padlock.
But after a week of testing, I'm not sure a good app and fancy tech is enough to recommend this expensive connected cam.
The Motiv Ring shows how maybe the future won't involve smartwatches at all.
A smooth drivetrain, comfortable ride quality and long list of tech features are hiding behind the Subaru Legacy's bland exterior.
The AmpliFi Teleport Kit lets you connect to your home internet from anywhere in the world, but a mediocre router curbs its appeal.
This V60 might be at the end of its life, but before it goes, it's throwing one last rager of a party.
The futuristic-looking HC102 headset follows the same spec formula as those from Acer, Lenovo and Dell.
Jabra's new truly wireless earphones are superior to the AirPods in some ways and only cost a little more.
In its new flagship APS-C model, Fujifilm's the last of the mainstream mirrorless camera makers to drift from optical stabilization to sensor shift.
The company's latest mirrorless camera is smaller and lighter than its predecessor with the tilting viewfinder of a sibling series. But it's lost something.
Panasonic's successor to the ZS100 "travel zoom" compact brings the lens to 24-360mm, but sacrifices speed.
Toyota's 4Runner won't impress in the tech department, but a proven drivetrain, compliant ride and straightforward interior will appeal to people looking for a simple ride.
Updates have made this Fitbit smartwatch the closest thing you can get to a Pebble. It's what the Ionic should have been in the first place.