This week our editors reviewed an Android tablet with a great price, a storage solution that could survive fire and flood, and the best Blu-ray value of 2012 so far.
These are the products our editors liked the best this week.
Full Android experience for $250
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 offers an excellent value and a full Android experience that no other tablet can currently match for the price. Read the review.
Editors' Choice-winning Blu-ray player
The Panasonic DMP-BDT220 is the best Blu-ray value of 2012, with built-in Wi-Fi, tons of streaming-media apps, 3D compatibility, and a simple user interface. Read the review.
Small car with a long name
Love or hate its styling, the 2012 Mini Cooper Coupe John Cooper Works is easily one of the best-performing front-wheel-drive cars we've tested. Unfortunately, it's also priced about $10,000 too high. Read the review.
Not the best camera for an amateur
Perfect backup for the disaster prone
The ioSafe Solo G3 makes an excellent backup solution for those who need to make sure their important data survives even the worst disasters. Read the full review.
Sensible printer for home
The Canon Pixma MX372's autodocument feeder enables hands-free scanning, and a new cartridge-loading system up front takes the work out of replacing cartridges.
Solid Blu-ray player for a reasonable price
If you want 3D, the LG BP620 has most of the right features, but the absence of Amazon Instant and a dedicated Netflix button hurt its value a bit. Read the review.
All things considered, the G-Tech G-RAID with Thunderbolt makes a decent investment for Mac owners who have the funds for a fast storage solution.
Read the review.
$16,000 used SUVs
Whether you like your SUVs cute or capable, or some blend of the two, we've got a wide variety of choices in Roadshow's first collection of Editors' Used Picks.