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Dell's stylishly sculpted MS900 makes a strong case for spending $99.99 on a wireless mouse, but Logitech's flagship MX Master 3S makes an even stronger one.
If you make frequent Zoom calls and prefer a soft touch to the springy click of mechanical switches, Dell's backlit KB900 Premier Collaboration Keyboard is a top-quality wireless control center.
The 14-inch Asus ExpertBook B9 450CBA is impressively thin, light, and durable but is held back by a dated display and an unimpressive webcam.
The Fujifilm X-T5 marks a return to photo-minded form for the X-T series and should please photogs who love its dial-driven controls, but some changes to the body style make it less of a do-it-all camera than the X-T4.
Liquid Web is a managed web host that offers feature-packed plans, commendable uptime, and terrific customer service, but its overall excellence will cost you.
The Acer Swift Edge is the lightest, most portable 16-inch laptop, but its design and performance fall short of its impressive display.
NordVPN packs numerous privacy features into a slick client that has grown beyond just VPN protection into a privacy juggernaut, offering antivirus and unique tools at a premium price.
The Logitech G502 X Plus mostly looks, feels, and works like a premium wireless gaming mouse should, but its clicks can be finnicky and it's missing some high-end features.
Adobe Photoshop Elements is an excellent photo editing tool for hobbyists who don't want to pay for a subscription or learn complex Photoshop techniques.
Bitwarden is simply the best app we've tested for free password management, while the paid version adds extra security and storage tools at an extremely low price.
Based on the beta, Diablo IV looks like a fun, faithful chapter in the seminal hack-and-loot series, with loads of bloody action spread across a large world.
A radically modernized, more consistent design for Windows 11 belies what is really more of an evolutionary update to the world's most popular desktop operating system.
Nothing's Ear (2) wireless earphones offer good noise cancellation and a detailed sound signature in a supremely stylish design.
The versatile Blink Wired Floodlight Camera offers sharp 1080p video, bright motion-activated LEDs, an effective siren, and color night vision, all for under $100.
Redfall’s stylish vampire-hunting action attempts to inject new blood into an otherwise familiar open-world co-op shooter.
The Roborock S8 Pro Ultra is one of the most powerful, feature-rich, and hands-off robot floor cleaners on the market, but its finicky mop mount might be problematic in some homes.
Hostwinds offers robust tools to help you build attractive, functional websites. It's a top choice overall, with stellar reseller and VPS hosting plans for small and large businesses.
Capcom faithfully recreates and reimagines the legendary Resident Evil 4 by improving the graphics, tightening the gameplay, and keeping the original game's core scares and charms intact.
Hard-core esports gamers with cutting-edge PCs might find the astoundingly fast Alienware 500Hz Gaming Monitor (AW2524H) an intriguing battle tool, but it's too expensive and niche for nearly everyone else.
The Jabra Elite 4 true wireless earbuds offer powerful audio and reasonably effective noise cancellation but lack good codec support for iPhones.