The LC-55 is a basic LED-backlit 4K UHD TV that offers about as good a picture as you'll find for less than $500.
Sold as a self-linking pair, VaVa's attractive Voom 22 puts the stereo into Bluetooth wireless audio. Loud, nice-sounding, and easy to set up.
An improvement in almost every regard over Netgear's previous-generation network-attached storage this is a great box if you can afford it.
Samsung's mid-range MU9000 series gives Sony's 930E a run for its money, thanks to a very smooth and even image.
We like that WD is trying to make network attached storage easier, more connected, and cross-device compatible. But this box is incredibly slow writing data, and it's missing a key feature.
Highlights include a camouflaged OLED display, better color, and wireless streaming Samsung mobile devices, but there's still no support Dolby Vision HDR.
This 55-inch TV doesn't offer a lot of peak brightness, but its wide color gamut helps with HDR.
Support for Dolby Vision elevates the TCP 55P607's image chops.
NAS boxes can use old-school protocols and their own apps to back up your PCs from far and near, as well as sync with cloud services to keep your mobile data safe.
If you want internal SATA speed in an external drive, the G-Drive SSD delivers—if you have a 10Gbps USB 3.1 port.
The Arlo Pro features a host of improvements, including two-way audio and a rechargeable battery.
This stylish $80 outdoor Bluetooth speaker features easy pairing via NFC. For being small, it produces a good amount of bass, but as with many water-resistant speakers, the upper mids and highs are muddled.
By replacing every fourth red, green, or blue subpixel with a white one, LG boosts the brightness of its 6100-, 6500-, and 6800-series models. The trick works, but it sacrifices resolution.
With an integrated Wi-Fi hot spot and the Plex media server, this drive lets you take all your shows (and all your tunes) on the road.
Setting up a smart-home system might not be simple, but this innovative device could make it a whole lot easier to use.