Amazon's Cloud Cam is affordable, reliable and easy to use, but it's the free storage that ultimately makes it more appealing than Nest security cameras and many other home security competitors.
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.
The Logitech M705's adaptive laser sensor and sculpted body will make your wrist happy for less than the cost of a few lattes.
We go fingers-on with Logitech's latest multidevice keyboard and its Crown, a dial for supplementing the controls in some Adobe Creative Cloud and Microsoft Office applications.
Razer's Cynosa Chroma keyboards are all about style over substance -- and I mean that in the best way possible.
HyperX is bringing its slick, minimalist design ethos to gaming mice.
Wacom's latest Intuos Pro pressure-sensitive pen tablets are better than ever, and if you like to start analog, the Paper edition adds neat capabilities.
The latest in its line of multidevice wireless keyboards, the K780 is a fully equipped computer keyboard with a 10-key pad.
The Epson FastFoto does what it sets out to do -- lets you quickly scan your masses of old print photos -- but some folks will find it an expensive and incomplete solution.
The 360-degree security cam hides in its shell when you want some privacy.
The Wacom Bamboo Slate and Bamboo Folio provide a practical bridge between handwritten notes on paper and making them available in the cloud.
The Razer Ornata uses "mecha-membrane" switches under the keys -- but how do they stack up against fully mechanical gaming keyboards?
Using a state-of the art sensor, Razer has given the most popular gaming mouse in the world an enviable face-lift.
All the benefits of physical key switches without the obnoxiously loud noise.
The Logitech Create might be the best way to get productive on a 9.7-inch iPad Pro, but only consider this case if you're ready to use your iPad in laptop mode most of the time.
The most unwieldy thing about the wonderfully minimalist HyperX Alloy FPS Mechanical Keyboard is the name.
If you like to play single player content then the Turret is a more usable piece of tech, but it's just not stable enough for anything competitive.
This mostly biodegradable "green" keyboard ships soon for around $99. And yes, it's made out of real bamboo.