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A great smartwatch with a decent amount of power and realiable sensors, let down by WearOS 2.0. iPhone users should avoid though.
The RØDE VideoMic Go II is a compact shotgun microphone perfect for capturing high-quality audio with ease. At $99, there isn't anything else like it.
The Cleer Ally Plus II combines great audio, excellent battery life, and a handy companion app into a tidy true wireless earbud package.
The SleepHub uses a combination of soothing soundscapes and tonal beats to help push your brain into a natural sleeping pattern. And it works!
The OnePlus Buds Pro offer an exceptional audio experience with active noise cancellation and incredible battery life.
For those looking to balance their at-home workout regime with more fun, the Freebeat xbike offers a tailored experience.
The Vaonis Stellina makes astrophotography easy and accessible to anyone, and shared viewing capabilities make it perfect for groups.
Packed full of advanced tech and smart features, the Urtopia is lightweight, fast, powerful, and fun. It's also a steal during the preorder.
While the prospect of budget ANC is enticing, the Roam NC doesn't quite deliver there. The sound quality is good, though lacking in bass.
The iSteady Pro 4 has a reliable app and great performance, but the new quick-release mount is both its best and worst feature.
They deliver great sound quality, a tidy battery life, and come with the added assistance of the feature-filled Soundcore companion app.
Yeelight offers a more affordable and feature-packed alternative to competitors. Gamers will love the Razer Chroma sync, too.
Your phone's now banned from the bedroom.
The Eskute Voyager is a great value eMTB for beginners, with plenty of power and a relatively smooth ride.
With the Artist Pro 16TP, XP-Pen challenges competitors like Wacom with an economical touch-screen 4K drawing tablet.
With impressive benchmarks and a sturdy, robust casing, the Unihertz TickTock impresses, but that sub-screen clock might be a deal-breaker.
The Brave 8 is plagued by unreliable software and a very high price tag, with this review cut short because the camera became completely unresponsive
Excellent for beginners, the X7 Pro is easy to set up and start riding, making trips to work or running errands a significantly more eco-friendly task