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Leica Q (Type 116)

A terrific, if expensive, full-frame compact, the Leica Q is worth every penny for landscape and street photographers.

By June 10, 2015

4 stars Editors' rating June 10, 2015
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Pentax Q-S1

Though it's still a tiny interchangeable-lens compact, it has a more refined design and color palette than its predecessor, the Q7.

By August 4, 2014

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Samsung Ativ Q

The 13-inch Ativ Q is three devices in one: a Windows laptop, a Windows tablet, and an Android slate. We came to grips with it.

By June 20, 2013

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Samsung Gravity Q (T-Mobile)

If you're not opting for a smartphone and you can look past its dated design, the Samsung Gravity Q is your best choice for a T-Mobile keyboard phone.

By July 30, 2013

2.5 stars Editors' rating July 30, 2013

MSRP: $153.99

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Huawei Ascend Q (Cricket)

"Q" stands for "QWERTY" in this Android 2.3 smartphone with Cricket's unlimited Muve Music download plans.

By October 10, 2012

MSRP: $139.99

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Google Nexus Q

The Nexus Q's striking, orblike hardware can't outweigh the extreme limitations of this Android-only, Google-only media streamer.

By June 28, 2012

2.5 stars Editors' rating June 28, 2012

No longer available for sale

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iharmonix Q-i-sound

With real wireless stereo, the Qmadix Iharmonix Q-i-sound lets you cut the cord, but for a high price and with a less-than-desirable design.

By May 29, 2012

3 stars Editors' rating May 29, 2012
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T-Mobile MyTouch Q (Huawei

If you can live with its dated software and heft, the T-Mobile MyTouch Q is an alluring keyboard slider deal.

By August 3, 2012

3 stars Editors' rating August 3, 2012
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T-Mobile MyTouch Q (LG)

If you absolutely crave a physical keyboard and swift 4G data for less, you'll find plenty to like about T-Mobile's MyTouch Q. More selective smartphone shoppers, however, will want to look elsewhere.

By February 2, 2012

3 stars Editors' rating February 2, 2012
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Why Japan's game industry is falling behind: GameSpot Q&A

Project Phoenix director Hiroaki Yura sits down with Zorine Te to discuss the shift in Japan's game industry, and why Konami's troubling culture is unsurprising.

By August 12, 2015