CNET editors round up their favorite tablets, including products from Apple, Samsung, and Google.
The satellite-powered Spot Global Phone lets you go far off the grid, just as long as you keep your cost and performance expectations in check.
The potential for affordable and comprehensive home automation is there, but you're better off waiting until the kinks are worked out.
Supercompact, affordable, and with fast performance, the Clear Spot Voyager would be a great mobile hot-spot device for those who live and travel within Clear's 4G coverage.
Cramming the most high-end parts into a massive 17-inch body will top $4,000, but you also get a powerful laptop that has more next-gen gaming muscle than any living-room console.
The Sonos Play:1 finally brings the company's wireless audio magic to the masses, in a fantastically designed compact speaker that's just $199.
If you want the full, polished Apple tablet experience in a smaller package, the iPad Mini is worth the premium price. Otherwise, good alternatives are available for less money.
While the beautifully-designed 2014 Cadillac ELR offers refined electronics and comfort worthy of the brand, Its lack of sporting performance and high price tag limit its appeal.
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The unlocked Sony Xperia ZL's camera captures excellent images and makes clear calls but has a price that's hard to swallow.
The Cobra iRadar justifies its entry-level price as a good radar/laser detector. And when paired with a smartphone running the iRadar app, it becomes a much more flexible and useful speed management tool.
Cricket's LG Optimus Regard is an excellent choice as an entry-level Android phone, but look elsewhere if you care about photo quality or don't have adequate 4G coverage.