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Steganos Privacy Suite Review

2.0

Steganos Privacy Suite has dropped all privacy features except for password management and encryption. Skip this product; just go for the standalone Steganos Safe.

By Neil J. Rubenking  & Ben Moore

Steganos Password Manager Review

2.0

Steganos Password Manager performs basic password tasks, but it's deficient in important ways: It has trouble capturing passwords, lacks secure sharing and inheritance features, and doesn't help you improve your passwords.

By Neil J. Rubenking  & Ben Moore

Amazon Luna Controller Review

4.0
Editors' Choice

The Amazon Luna Controller is an excellent gamepad, one that contains a dedicated Wi-Fi chip that provides the optimal Luna game-streaming experience.

By Will Greenwald

Razer Seiren Mini Review

3.5

The no-frills Razer Seiren Mini microphone is short on features, but it's affordable and easy to operate for live streamers and podcasters alike.

By Tim Gideon

Aukey Knight Gaming Mouse Review

3.5

The Aukey Knight offers numerous features and a strong sensor for a low price, but not without some compromises.

By Mike Epstein

AccuWeb Hosting Review

4.0
Editors' Choice

The reasonably priced AccuWeb Hosting offers terrific uptime, helpful customer service, and a Windows server operating system option for your website. More importantly, its excellent dedicated hosting plans are where this web host truly excels.

By Jeffrey L. Wilson  & Mike Williams

YouTube TV Review

4.0
Editors' Choice

YouTube TV offers an excellent variety of channels, top-notch DVR features, and solid performance. It's a top choice for cord cutters who want to replicate the cable TV experience, provided you are willing to pay its high monthly costs.

By Ben Moore

Amazon Luna Review

4.0

Amazon's Luna game streaming service is in its early stages, but it's a responsive, economical way to play games—if you purchase the much-needed gamepad.

By Will Greenwald

Creative Outlier Air V2 Review

3.5

The true wireless Creative Outlier Air V2 earphones deliver serviceable audio for a decent price, but have trouble standing out from the competition.

By Tim Gideon

Vivint Doorbell Camera Pro Review

4.0

The Vivint Doorbell Camera Pro gives you a wide, crystal-clear view of your doorstep and offers excellent zooming capabilities, package detection, and voice control.

By John R. Delaney

InMotion Web Hosting Review

4.0

InMotion is a feature-crammed web hosting service that serves a multitude of hosting needs, provided that you don't need a Windows-powered server.

By Jeffrey L. Wilson

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 3 Review

4.0

The quality you expect from the ThinkPad brand and a dazzling 4K OLED display make Lenovo's latest ThinkPad X1 Extreme a worthy contender among deluxe creative laptops.

By Eric Grevstad

Onyx Boox Note Air Review

4.5
Editors' Choice

The Onyx Boox Note Air is a well-priced, well-built, and extremely flexible E Ink tablet for academics, students, and others who work with textbooks or letter-sized documents.

By Sascha Segan

Visioneer 7800 Tag That Photo Scanner Review

4.0

The Visioneer 7800 scans photos and text well, and the bundled Tag That Photo software does a great job of facial recognition and archiving, though you’ll have to pay an annual fee to use it after the first year.

By William Harrel

Linksys Velop AX4200 Tri-Band Mesh Wi-Fi 6 System (MX12600) Review

3.5

The Linksys Velop AX4200 is a three-piece tri-band mesh Wi-Fi system that uses the latest 802.11ax technology to blanket large areas in Wi-Fi. It’s a solid performer, but it’s not quite as fast as competing systems.

By John R. Delaney

Netgear Wi-Fi 6 Nighthawk Pro Gaming XR1000 Review

3.5

The Netgear Nighthawk XR1000 is a Wi-Fi 6 router designed for gaming. It delivers solid throughput and file transfer performance, but it's missing a few features you’ll find on similarly priced models.

By John R. Delaney

Smartsheet Review

4.0

If you're willing to put in the time to learn what Smartsheet can do and customize it to your needs, it can be your go-to tool not only for project management but for other collaborative business, too.

By Jill Duffy

NordVPN Review

4.0
Editors' Choice

NordVPN wraps a slick client around a strong collection of security features and an enormous network of servers. It's an excellent VPN that has invested heavily in improving its security infrastructure and practices.

By Max Eddy

Net Nanny Review

3.0

Net Nanny boasts customizable web filters along with solid screen time and app blocking features, but it's a bit pricey and its geofencing features are not yet competitive.

By Neil J. Rubenking  & Ben Moore

Amazon Eero Pro 6 Review

3.5

Amazon's Eero Pro 6 is a tri-band mesh Wi-Fi system that provides relatively good wireless coverage and doubles as a home automation hub. It’s easy to set up and manage, but included features are scarce.

By John R. Delaney
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