Rapid Review: Samsung Galaxy Note 3
Apple's new full-sized iPad is lighter and thinner than its predecessor. And it's a top performer, too.
The Nexus 5 is an awesome phone, but its software is what really sets it apart from the Android pack.
Microsoft's second attempt at an entry-level Surface tablet includes negligible spec bumps, and not much more.
If you're looking for the smallest of teeny-tiny PCs for your home theater or small business, Intel's latest Next Unit of Computing shines. But it remains a niche product with some limitations.
Double is an easy-to-use robot that uses an iPad for its controls and videoconferencing.
The new iMac isn't exciting, but it offers a very good performance for the price.
The third iteration of Samsung's not-quite-phone, not-quite-tablet Note line is one of the company's better phones currently available. But it's also pretty bloated.
The new iPhone looks a lot like the old one on the outside, but inside, it's a whole new ballgame.
It doesn't boast the marquee features of the pricier iPhone 5s, but Apple's colorful new iPhone offers a compelling upgrade argument for anyone with an older model.
The low price point may tempt you, but if you really want a good phone that’s comfortable outdoors, you’ll want to look to its more capable competitors to get the job done right.
Outfitted with a fast Intel CPU and 12GB RAM, the Inspiron 2350 proves that all-in-ones can be both handsome and good performers.
Apple's eye-catching new iOS 7 is more than just a facelift. It not only redefines the way your iPhone or iPad looks, but also how it works. And it does so with style.
An Ultrabook it's not, but if you're looking for a powerful, portable gaming rig, this Haswell-powered Asus G750JH delivers the goods.
The SlateBook x2 could make for a compelling netbook replacement, but it suffers from a relatively high price and some problematic software.
The second iteration of the friendly little robot ball is faster, brighter, and more fun all around.
The ET2702 has a very high-res 27-inch display, but the absence of one component renders it an also-ran in our benchmark competition.
Easily Motorola's best-looking Android phone to date, the Moto X has unimpressive specs but runs very well.
If you're in the market for an Android tablet, the new Nexus 7 is the one to get, according to Armando Rodriguez.
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