Available for as little as $20 online, the MK270 looks and feels a bit cheap, and it makes a fair amount of racket as you type. That said, the MK270's keys feel relatively springy and it's easy to set up.
Hide.me is a great service with an easy-to-use app, solid speeds, but it'd be better if we knew who was behind the service.
Intel's SSD 660p is considerably cheaper and a better performer than anything else we've seen at the low-end NVMe SSD market so far. Easily the best bang for the buck on the market unless you regularly write large amounts of data.
Charlie is an AI-driven financial app whose friendly penguin persona delivers actionable advice to help you save money and reach your financial goals.
The Pocketguard app you lets you know how much money you have for everyday spending after your regular bills and subscriptions are paid.
Goodbudget provides a simple method for managing household expenses and savings, but it would be more foolproof if it could sync with your accounts.
Trim is an AI-driven financial assistant that analyzes your bank accounts for expenses to cut, then cancels or negotiates bills on your behalf. The savings could be worth the small commission it charges.
Simple is a combination bank account and budgeting tool helps tech-savvy users spend (and save) smarter. But if your finances aren't simple, Simple will be, well, too simple for you.
Wally+ is far from a full-featured budgeting tool, but this free app makes it dead-simple—and even enjoyable—to track what, where, and with whom you spend your money.
The Asus NovaGo is one of the first Always Connected PCs that uses Qualcomm's Snapdragon processor. But its problems include bugs, app limitations, and the constraints of Windows 10 S.
It turns out that HMD can still manage to make a $149 Nokia device like this one somewhat-compelling, even when you consider the inevitable wrinkles and caveats in play.
For the keyboard nerds: Razer's Huntsman Elite has optical switches. For everyone else: The wrist rest is RGB-enabled. No, seriously.
Hisense might be moving to step on the toes of the home entertainment heavyweights this year when it comes to their more-expensive products, but few of the innovations and technical feats have managed to trickle down to the Series 7 - and it’s left l...
The Microsoft Surface Go tablet doesn't impress on paper, but its affordable price makes it worth considering if you want a lightweight option that doesn't break the bank.
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