We spend a lot of time evaluating tech around here, looking at both hardware and software and telling you which products we think are worth your hard-earned dough and which are best avoided. Behind the scenes, we're also keeping an eye on what you're viewing. Some gadgets predictably draw attention, but sometimes a product will pop up and surprise us, lending a bit of insight into possible consumer trends.
Without further ado, let's count down the products that have attracted the most hits in the past few weeks.
20. BlackBerry Z10: Classy handset hampered by OS flaws
RIM dug deep to give the slick-looking BlackBerry Z10 enough features to satisfy both consumers and professionals -- like a good camera and a sharp user interface. Though it's not quite enough to draw committed iPhone or Android owners, the BlackBerry Z10's modern design and functionality give BlackBerry fans what they've hungered for. Read the full review.
19. Roku 3: Roku's speedy streamer is the best box yet
The Roku 3 is the best streaming-video box yet, with tons of content sources, lightning-fast performance, and an innovative remote with built-in headphone jack. Read the full review.
Oodles of screen real estate make the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 terrific for videos, games, and reading. Also, its improved stylus aids productivity. A blazing quad-core processor, a great camera, and strong battery life round out the advantages of this Android 4.1 phone. However, its complicated features and high price raise questions about its purpose..
17. Nokia Lumia 920: Most powerful handset among Windows phones
The Nokia Lumia 920 forges new ground in Windows phones with wireless charging support and a highly sensitive screen you can use with gloves. Moreover, Nokia helps fill in Windows Phone OS gaps with a few missing features. If you want the most powerful, feature-rich Windows Phone available, this is it. Read the full review.
For those looking for something more than a feature-light ultrabook, the gamer-friendly Lenovo IdeaPad Y500 is close to brilliant, and several configurations are available at a deep discount -- but we can't believe it doesn't have a touch screen..
15. Google Glass: Limited, fascinating, full of potential
Google Glass is Google in your face. These early frames ship with the ability to take the very most recent communications from your smartphone or Google accounts and project them in your line of sight. Read the hands-on First Take.
14. Samsung Galaxy S3: Top flight specs, approachable design, and steady performance
Pumped with high-performing hardware and creative software features, the Samsung Galaxy S3 is an excellent, top-end phone that's neck and neck with the HTC One X. It comes fully loaded with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, 4G LTE/HSPA+ 42 capability, a zippy dual-core processor, and a strong 8MP camera. Plus, at $100, the price is right. Read the full review.
The Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 looks as good as any 13-inch ultrabook, with the added attraction of a 360-degree screen and a laptop body that can fold into a tent, stand, or slate..
12. Apple iPad (4th generation): The best 10-inch tablet gets a little better
The latest iPad adds several tweaks and improvements to secure its position at the top of the tablet heap. It's better all around, but third-gen owners need not apply. Read the full review.
11. BlackBerry Q10: The BlackBerry for keyboard diehards
The BlackBerry Q10 is a great phone for QWERTY diehards and e-mail addicts, but anyone who doesn't need a physical keyboard should skip it. Read the full review.
10. Google Nexus 10: Android's best iPad alternative
The Nexus 10 has a beautifully sharp screen. It's light and durable and has the fastest processor of any Android tablet. Photo Sphere is an incredibly cool concept. Google's content ecosystem is only getting better. Read the full review.
9. Google Nexus 7: Still the best small tablet
With its excellent design, useful software features and low starting price, the Nexus 7 is the cheapest way to experience the best that Android OS has to offer. The 8GB version is gone and the tablet now starts at $199 for 16GB. Paying $249 nets you the 32GB version. The 32GB version with HSPA+ is available for $299. Read the full review.
The Razer Edge is one of the most inventive PC gaming devices in years, but you'll pay a premium for portability and proprietary add-ons..
After months of leaked pics and rumors, Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 is now officially a thing of reality. It's an 8-inch tablet that, thanks to its size, is ready to compete directly with the 7.9-inch iPad Mini. How successful it is at doing that will depend heavily on price..
The Toshiba Satellite U845T is thin with a decent brushed-aluminum body, a 128GB SSD, and better performance and battery life than the competition. While it's not going to dazzle anyone, it's a great example of exactly how much laptop $799 should buy in 2013..
5. Microsoft Surface with Windows 8 Pro: Smart almost-laptop nearly gets it right
The Surface Pro's gutsy design successfully reinvents the Windows 8 laptop by cramming an ultrabook experience into the body of a 10-inch tablet. Those wanting to go all-in on the tablet experience won't regret buying the Surface Pro, but we're holding out for a future, more polished generation of the device. Read the full review.
4. Panasonic TC-PST60 series: Affordable TV with amazing picture quality
The Panasonic TC-PST60 series has a reasonable price, an incredibly good picture quality with exceedingly deep black levels, great shadow detail, accurate colors, solid bright-room performance, and superb off-angle and uniformity characteristics. The mid-level price and outstanding quality make it our strongest TV recommendation ever. Read the full review.
3. Apple iPhone 5: Finally the iPhone we've always wanted
The iPhone 5 completely rebuilds the iPhone on a framework of new features and design, addressing its previous shortcomings. It's absolutely the best iPhone to date, and it easily secures its place in the top tier of the smartphone universe. Read the full review.
2. HTC One: This gorgeous phone is a winner
The HTC One isn't merely technically advanced, but is lovingly crafted from premium metals, leaving no doubt that the Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer has placed considerable blood, sweat, and tears into this handset. Read the full review.
1. Samsung Galaxy S4: The everything phone for (almost) everyone
The brand-new flagship smartphone, which runs the latest Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, improves hardware significantly and piles on the features. Compared with the extremely successful Galaxy S3 that came before, it's a firm stride forward rather than a giant leap, but it raises the bar again for Samsung's competitors. Read the full review.