The Gigabyte Aero 16 excels at productivity performance and is a great choice for light gaming. But its port selection is laughable for a workstation.
Dashlane's password manager has a plethora of features but no desktop app and its UI can be confusing.
The Aya Neo Next Pro is a pricey Steam Deck competitor with lots of storage space and it runs Windows, but it's less powerful than the Steam Deck and far more expensive.
Dell offers a basic portable monitor in the C1422H that delivers great image quality but is short on features.
Asus’ ROG Swift PG279QM packs 240 Hz, and a huge Rec.2020 color gamut into a 27-inch QHD/IPS panel. It also sports Adaptive-Sync and HDR with no need for calibration and premium performance.
Reasonable features for the price ($159), but this board struggles with heavily multi-threaded loads
Despite enthusiast features like a gasket mount design, screw-in stabilizers and QMK/VIA support, the Keychron Q3 seems unfinished compared to the company's other releases.
The RP2040 is a jack-of-all-trades, and a master of all. Servo 2040 sees the chip controlling 18 servos, and reading six inputs all at once.
The Falcon Northwest Tiki can be configured with the AMD Ryzen 5800X3D and other powerful components, putting an expensive PC on your desk and a hole in your wallet.
Monoprice brings big value in a 32-inch IPS panel with its Dark Matter 43548. It delivers 165 Hz, Adaptive-Sync and HDR for a surprisingly low price.
It may not be the first product to use the form factor, but StackyPi offers an interesting, if tricky way to use Raspberry Pi HATs with the RP2040 SoC.