Gigabyte Aorus Gen4 7000s is a fast and secure PCIe 4.0 x4 NVMe SSD that utilizes nanocarbon coating to aid its cooling.
The Philips 278E1A is a bright, affordable 4K display for general-purpose computing. Don't expect pro-level accuracy or ultra-smooth gaming and you won't be disappointed.
The Anker PowerConf C300 is more expensive than standards like the Logitech C920, but easily justifies that price through features like multiple fields of view, HDR and 60 fps recording.
Phanteks’ Eclipse P200A might not be the most adventurous ITX case, but it is an impressively good all-rounder for a friendly price.
The Prusa Mini+ offers professional quality performance in a smaller package, but is it worth the expensive price tag?
Enmotus uses AI to significantly boost the FuzeDrive P200’s performance and endurance beyond the norm.
The Konftel Cam 10 shines in poorly lit or overexposed rooms, but doesn’t justify its over $100 price point in optimal lighting.
The Dell S3221QS offers a 4K curved 32-inch display at a reasonable price, but color accuracy and HDR performance leave much room for improvement.
Balancing advanced features with a simple-to-use interface, the FlashForge Adventurer 3 Lite is a strong contender for teachers or students looking for a reliable and capable 3D printer.
The Thermaltake Argent M5 RGB Gaming Mouse is a compelling mid-range option thanks to its true ambidexterity, attractive lighting and solid build.
Although Thermaltake’s The Tower 100 isn’t the most practical case, it’s joyfully weird and doesn’t cost much.
The Gigabyte Z590 Vision G is a full-featured motherboard designed for creators, with capable power delivery, 2.5 GbE, four M.2 sockets, VisionLINK/Thunderbolt connectivity, and more.
The G-Technology ArmorLock Encrypted NVMe SSD comes with secure, always-on 256-bit AES-XTS hardware encryption and is ready for almost any use case.
The Alienware m17 R4 with RTX 3080 graphics and Core i9-10980HK is a beast of a machine that can outperform direct competitors by as much as 20%.
If you like small, lightweight mice and want to ditch all cables, the Razer Orochi V2 is hard to resist. But gamers with larger hands should think twice.
The Lexip Np93 Alpha packs a lot into a $50 package, including a helpful and rare joystick. But its feet are too slippery.