A super high 2560x1440 resolution, an incredibly appealing thin design, and Samsung's new PLS panel technology make the Samsung SyncMaster S27A850D a force to be reckoned with. USB 3.0 support, useful connections, and all the ergonomic options you can shake a stick at, round out this excellent monitor.
With support for top amount of storage space, flexible RAID configuration, stellar performance, and a vast amount of features, Synology’s DS1511+ is the ultimate network storage server for any home or small business.
With the exception of a glossy black chassis that reveals fingerprints and scratches, we can find little to complain about in Logitech's K750 solar keyboard. Logitech has made it painless to reduce your energy consumption, and the key architecture and typing experience are unmatched in the competition. For $80, we're hard-pressed to find a better deal than the Editors' Choice Award-winning Logitech K750.
Though $80 seems like a lot to risk now on a device that might not be able to take full advantage of Microsoft's next operating system, the Touch Mouse is effective enough now that we can recommend it for general purposes to any Windows 7 user.
Harman Kardon drops the price of the SoundSticks III from $200 down to just $170, earning our buying recommendation for music fans and dedicated followers alike. Despite a few shortcomings, the SoundSticks system remains one of the best-sounding, and best-looking, PC speaker systems for less than $200.
For a home office that needs copy, scan, and fax functions, the HP Photosmart Premium C410a offers crisp speeds and output. Its low-capacity paper tray limits its appeal for high-volume offices, but HP's ePrint and AirPrint features make it a worthwhile option for home users.