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Nintendo Switch Lite Review

4.0
Editors' Choice

The Nintendo Switch Lite is a slimmer, less expensive version of the standard Switch and one of the best handheld game systems to date.

By Will Greenwald

Nintendo Switch Review

4.0
Editors' Choice

The Nintendo Switch works as both a home game console and a handheld, offering access to a remarkably strong library of excellent games on your TV at home or in your hands on the go.

By Will Greenwald

Myst (for PC) Review

4.5
Editors' Choice

At nearly 30 years old, Myst remains a remarkable experience, made all the more accessible and enthralling in this modern iteration. This is the best way to play Myst—especially in VR.

By Max Eddy

Shopify Review

4.5
Editors' Choice

Shopify is the go-to choice among e-commerce platforms, as it gives you many useful tools to quickly add a shopping cart to an existing website or create a dedicated online store.

By Juan Martinez  & Mike Williams

Hulu Review

4.0
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Hulu is a dependable option for streaming new and classic shows as well as live TV on nearly every platform. It's a top choice among video streaming services.

By Ben Moore  & Kim Key

Sonim XP3plus Review

4.0
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Sonim sets the bar for premium voice phones with the XP3plus, a flip you can rely on for years.

By Sascha Segan

Epson EX3280 3LCD XGA Projector Review

4.0
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The Epson EX3280 offers low resolution by today's standards, but delivers vibrant color for presentations, sufficiently crisp images, and even watchable movies from a portable projector that's bright enough to stand up to ambient light.

By M. David Stone

Lenovo Legion Tower 5i (2021) Review

4.0
Editors' Choice

Lenovo's entry-level Legion Tower 5i gaming desktop delivers improved performance and style at a low price.

By Charles Jefferies

Gigabyte Aorus FI32Q Review

4.5
Editors' Choice

Ultra-fast refresh freaks may want to look elsewhere, but for those on the hunt for the best-balanced all-around gaming monitor, the Aorus FI32Q nears perfection on every feature front.

By Chris Stobing

Dell XPS 15 OLED (9510) Review

4.5
Editors' Choice

Now available with an OLED screen, an 8TB SSD, and Intel "Tiger Lake-H" processing, the Dell XPS 15 is our top pick among premium desktop-replacement laptops.

By Tom Brant

Roadie 3 Automatic Guitar Tuner Review

4.0
Editors' Choice

The Roadie 3 Automatic Guitar tuner offers fast string winding and unwinding, loads of tuning options, and a color screen, making it easy to tune a wide range of string instruments.

By John R. Delaney

HP ZBook Power G8 Review

4.0
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The ZBook Power G8 may be the humblest system in HP's current laptop workstation line, but it has nothing to apologize for.

By Eric Grevstad

Bose QuietComfort 35 II Gaming Headset Review

4.0
Editors' Choice

The Bose QuietComfort 35 II Gaming Headset is exactly what it sounds like: a QC 35 II turned into a gaming headset. It's an excellent pair of noise-cancelling headphones that now features a handy boom mic and a desktop volume wheel.

By Will Greenwald

Shure Aonic 215 (Gen 2) Review

4.0
Editors' Choice

Shure's second-generation true wireless Aonic 215 earphones improve upon the original with a water-resistant design, better on-ear controls, and the best user-adjustable EQ we’ve tested.

By Tim Gideon

Wyze Light Strip Pro Review

4.5
Editors' Choice

The affordable Wyze Light Strip Pro lets you easily add a splash of smart, programmable accent lighting to any space and control it from your phone or by voice.

By Angela Moscaritolo

WarioWare: Get It Together (for Nintendo Switch) Review

4.0
Editors' Choice

With a fresh focus on unique characters and multiplayer mayhem, WarioWare: Get It Together finds room for even more creativity in an already one-of-a-kind series.

By Jordan Minor

Mint Review

5.0
Editors' Choice

Mint is a free personal finance service that's in a class by itself. No web-based rival provides as comprehensive a collection of tools for tracking your income, spending, budgeting, and goals.

By Kathy Yakal

Epson LabelWorks LW-PX300 Review

4.0
Editors' Choice

The Epson LabelWorks LW-PX300 Full Printer Kit delivers industrial-style labeling at low cost, making it attractive to small businesses and even hobbyists who want professional-looking labels.

By M. David Stone

Epson LabelWorks LW-PX400 Review

4.0
Editors' Choice

The Epson LabelWorks LW-PX400 can print from desktop PCs or mobile devices, and it works with a wide enough range of label types to be of interest to almost anyone who needs a moderate duty printer for industrial labels.

By M. David Stone

Peacock Review

4.0
Editors' Choice

Peacock presents popular NBC network shows along with a worthwhile collection of movies to stream. Although it lacks some top NBC shows and the paid Premium plan has too many limitations, Peacock's capable free tier earns it an Editors' Choice distinction.

By Ben Moore