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The 43-inch Dell P4317Q can let you use four different computers (or game consoles, or cable boxes) at the same time.
This is a pretty unexceptional smart bulb, but it delivers on most of its promises at a bargain bin price. For basic, app-enabled color control, it's a decent pick.
The Gourmia GKM9000 is a multicooker loaded with Wi-Fi, an interactive screen and a mobile app that lets you monitor your food from a distance. The gadget will make its debut alongside a bounty of kitchen appliances at the International Home + Housewares Show next month.
RGB smart bulbs still cost too much, but that might be about to change if a startup called Qube has its way.
With its ability to toggle between nearly any smartphone, tablet and most computers, Logitech's smooth-operating and affordable K380 is one of the best multidevice wireless keyboards you can buy.
Up for preorder on Kickstarter right now (though only for the US), a smaller version of 3 Squares' Tim3 Machin3 multi-cooker promises settings for rice, yogurt, quinoa, oatmeal, steam-cook and slow-cook.
With better battery life and performance than the Yoga 3 Pro (not to mention a lower price), the Yoga 3 14 is one of the best hybrid deals around.
Having only one USB Type-C port, Apple's new Macbook must rely on adapters to work with existing devices. The Apple USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter is the first of those adapters.
The $50 K480 can connect to three different Bluetooth wireless devices at once, whether they're Windows, Mac or Chrome OS computers, or Android, Windows, and iOS tablets or smartphones.
FirstBuild's $20 Green Bean Maker Module and Software Developer Kit can make your dumb appliances smart.