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Drop ENTR Mechanical Keyboard Review

4.5
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The Drop ENTR is a simple mechanical keyboard, but its premium build makes it feel like so much more. Even better, its sub-$100 price means that you won't spend an extraordinary amount of money for an excellent typing experience.

By Mike Epstein

Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 (9310) Review

4.5
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Sleek, powerful, and flexible, Dell's latest XPS 13 2-in-1, now packing "Tiger Lake" silicon, is our top pick among premium convertible laptops.

By Tom Brant

DreamHost Web Hosting Review

4.0
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DreamHost offers outstanding features at excellent price points, with a bevy of tools to make the process easy for novice webmasters.

By Jeffrey L. Wilson  & Mike Williams

Asustor Lockerstor 2 (AS6602T) Review

4.0
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Asustor's Lockerstor 2 (AS6602T) is a two-bay NAS drive that uses top-shelf hardware to deliver speedy performance. Its ecosystem also offers a massive catalog of apps.

By John R. Delaney

GameClub Review

4.0
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GameClub resurrects yesterday’s premium mobile games and repackages them as part of a great and generous subscription service that works on Android and iOS mobile devices.

By Jordan Minor

Amazon Luna Controller Review

4.0
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The Amazon Luna Controller is an excellent gamepad, one that contains a dedicated Wi-Fi chip that provides the optimal Luna game-streaming experience.

By Will Greenwald

AccuWeb Hosting Review

4.0
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The reasonably priced AccuWeb Hosting offers terrific uptime, helpful customer service, and a Windows server operating system option for your website. More importantly, its excellent dedicated hosting plans are where this web host truly excels.

By Jeffrey L. Wilson  & Mike Williams

YouTube TV Review

4.0
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YouTube TV offers an excellent variety of channels, top-notch DVR features, and solid performance. It's a top choice for cord cutters who want to replicate the cable TV experience, provided you are willing to pay its high monthly costs.

By Ben Moore

Onyx Boox Note Air Review

4.5
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The Onyx Boox Note Air is a well-priced, well-built, and extremely flexible E Ink tablet for academics, students, and others who work with textbooks or letter-sized documents.

By Sascha Segan

NordVPN Review

4.0
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NordVPN wraps a slick client around a strong collection of security features and an enormous network of servers. It's an excellent VPN that has invested heavily in improving its security infrastructure and practices.

By Max Eddy

Apple iPhone 12 mini Review

4.5
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Apple's iPhone 12 mini delivers the best price-to-power ratio of any 2020 iPhone, bringing top-of-the-line features to a phone that easily fits into smaller hands.

By Sascha Segan

Hulu Review

4.0
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Hulu is a dependable option for streaming new and classic shows as well as live TV on nearly every platform. It's a top choice among video streaming services.

By Ben Moore

Roku Smart Soundbar Review

4.0
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The Roku Smart Soundbar is a capable stereo speaker that adds all of the capabilities of a 4K Roku media streamer to the mix.

By Will Greenwald

Assassin's Creed Valhalla (for PC) Review

4.5
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Assassin’s Creed Valhalla continues the series’ recent winning streak. This stellar entry boasts an expansive world, many exciting missions, and a tight, character-driven plot that make it one of 2020's best games.

By Tony Polanco

Apple Mac mini (M1, Late 2020) Review

4.5
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With a new lower starting price and Apple's straining-at-the-leash M1 CPU, the Mac mini is far and away the most polished, potent tiny desktop in its class.

By John Burek

Apple MacBook Air (M1, Late 2020) Review

4.5
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The M1-equipped MacBook Air now packs far better performance than its predecessors, rivaling at times the M1-based MacBook Pro. At $999, it’s the best value among macOS laptops.

By Matthew Buzzi  & Tom Brant

MYX Fitness Review

4.0
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It doesn't have live classes and leaderboards, but MYX Fitness is an excellent and competitively priced Peloton Bike alternative that focuses on personalized heart rate zone training.

By Angela Moscaritolo

Atomos Connect Review

4.5
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The Atomos Connect is a simple adapter that converts your camera's HDMI signal into a high-quality USB stream, perfect for web conferencing and broadcasting at home or on location.

By Jim Fisher

2020 Hyundai Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid Review

4.0
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The 2020 Hyundai Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid has a longer EV-only range, a better infotainment system, and is priced lower than its main rival the Prius Prime Limited.

By Gretchen Newcomb

2020 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid Review

4.5
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The 2020 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid’s long electric-only range, solid tech, and excellent and roomy interior make it stand out among modern minivans.

By Gretchen Newcomb
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