Focused precisely on task, this reliable drive imaging/backup program is as steady as they come and provides system recovery capabilities for both Windows PCs and Macs (Intel/HFS-only).
The Jaybird Run XT see the brand back in the race but there’s still a ways to go before they can rightfully call themselves the frontrunner of it.
HP's leather-wrapped Spectre Folio feels better than any metal or plastic laptop could. Performance is good, and battery life is outstanding.
HyperX's entry-level Alloy FPS keyboard gets an RGB upgrade but otherwise stays the same, for better and for worse.
WD's Blue SN500 NVMe SSD is available only up to 500GB, but it's hard to beat if that capacity meets your needs.
Sekiro manages borrows plenty of influences but stands tall as its own beast. It’s part Souls, part stealth game and boasts a bevy of memorable moments that I suspect will see the game enshrined as a future classic.
Lenovo's ThinkPad L390 Yoga makes up for its dim display with a luxurious keyboard.
The Exodus proves that you don't need to sacrifice sweet sound for mindfully sourced and sustainably built headphones
Webroot WiFi Security doesn't run its own network, but it does have an added security layer for extra protection online.
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Cooler Master has tried a bunch of experiments with the MM830, none of them that successful. And yet it's still, at its core, an excellent mouse at a more-than-fair price. Surprise!
The Nimble 10-day Portable Charger is a complete package. For $99, you get a powerful battery pack with a QC 3.0 wall adapter and a commitment to eco-friendliness.
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The P30 Pro doubles down on the things that worked about its predecessor and pushes the envelope for smartphone photography even further.
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