A 'smart' hearing aid that built to work directly with your iOS device via Bluetooth.
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The Hoover Linx isn't fancy, but it will clean your floors better than most of the other stick models we tested. Combine that with its reasonable price and you have one of our favorite vacuums to date.
Apple's next iPhone needs killer features to revive consumer demand. A dual-camera system could be what catches your eye.
As usual, Dyson produced a competent product that costs too much. At $600, the Absolute isn't worth the upgrade over the Linx or even over other Dyson sticks.
This highly maneuverable model finished behind the less expensive Hoover LiNX.
If you're set on an Electrolux stick vacuum, I recommend the Ergorapido Power over the worse-performing UltraPower Studio, but the Hoover Linx offers superior value and performance.
If you're looking for a simple stick vacuum with exceptional performance, save some money and get the $180 Hoover LiNX. The $500 Dyson DC59 is a great high-end option if you want a variety of brush attachments and other special features.
Apple partners with GN ReSound to create LiNX -- a hearing aid that uses Bluetooth-like technology to wirelessly connect directly to smartphones.
The Owl1-A uses an ultrawide band radio frequency beam to detect people hiding in containers. Will it find the rats, too?
Want an Android 2.2 tablet but don't have the heap of cash you need right now? Forget loan sharks -- Three has you covered with the Linx Commtiva N700.