Wuxn’s WXR is a high-end machine chock-full of wizards and automations to make 3d printing as painless as possible.
Iceberg Thermal’s IceSleet G6 Stealth is a good cooler with a lot to like, including an unheard-of 10-year warranty, plus a rated fan lifespan rated at 17.5 years.
Unique black/purple graffiti appearance, 14 USB ports, five M.2 sockets, and a wallet-friendly price?
FlashForge’s Artemis is a colorful cube style 3D printer for beginners that makes it easy to get started and to transmit prints over Wi-Fi.
We put Intel's Core i9-13900KS, the first 6 GHz CPU to market, through our extensive battery of tests to see how it fares.
The DualSense Edge is Sony's first attempt at a pro-style controller. It's comfortable and has some cool repairability features, but its battery life is short and its price tag is high.
The P360 is a 360mm AIO with a budget price tag of only $125, making it a great value if you're willing to put up with a bit of noise.
The Center Cam is a tiny camera on a flexible gooseneck arm that sits in the middle of your screen. It’s designed to facilitate eye contact, and it does a pretty good job.
The Shrimp is a 25-key ultra-mini gaming keyboard designed to give you a mechanical keyboard experience in a super tiny footprint.
If you have room for it on (or more likely under) your desk, MSI’s Infinite RS 13th is a shockingly quiet high-end prebuilt gaming PC.
The Sabrent Rocket 2230 is a relatively fast and efficient PCIe 4.0 SSD that’s available in the M.2 2230 form factor. This makes it uniquely useful for certain devices that require shorter M.2 SSDs.
Fractal’s S36 impresses with strong performance and quiet operation, but it’s more expensive than competing coolers.
Even at $69, the Monoprice Dark Matter Hyper-K Wireless isn't worth it with cheap construction and weak battery life.
Our PNY RTX 4090 testing shows how a non-Founders Edition reference design behaves. It wins in thermals and noise levels and looks nice while doing so, though performance is a wash.
The Asus ROG Swift PG42UQ is a 42-inch 4K OLED gaming monitor with 138 Hz, Adaptive-Sync, HDR and extended color.
Handling loads of up to 277W, the AG620 has a deep cooling capacity when paired with hot CPUs like Intel’s i9-13900K.
The Alienware AW420K is an overpriced, uninspired mechanical keyboard that has no stand-out features to distinguish it from every other boring, black gaming keyboard.