HTC’s flagship U11 hits all basic: gorgeous design, nice display, good camera, and fast performance, but its headline feature is more of a gimmick than anything else.
DJI’s latest drone, the $499 Spark, halves the size and weight of the already slim Mavic. By learning to compromise, DJI has delivered its most accessible drone yet.
Fujifilm’s newest Instax camera has a new trick up its sleeve: it’s also a digital camera. The SQ10 lets you shoot first and decide what print later, and it has some basic editing tools as well. It’s not easy to access the files, though, which complicates the experience.
The Chevy Bolt is a milestone for electric cars: it’s the first one that promises long range at an affordable price. And it beat Tesla to the punch, unlike the forthcoming Model 3, the Bolt is available to purchase right now. But living with an electric car in 2017 still isn’t as easy as one might hope.
The Acer Predator 21 X is the biggest, fastest, most expensive gaming laptop ever made. It’s great at playing games, but the huge size, tiny battery life, massive $9,000 price tag make it an incredibly impractical purchase reserved only for the truly rich.
The Chevy Bolt is a milestone for electric cars: it’s the first one that promises long range at an affordable price. But living with an electric car in 2017 still isn’t as easy as one might hope.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are Samsung’s redemption moment, the first major phones from the company since its disastrous Note 7 last fall. With that much pressure on their shoulders, the pair of S8s have to be good, and good they are. In fact, these phones are great, and easily the best phones released so far this year.
The first new Fitbit of 2017 is the Fitbit Alta HR, with built-in heart rate sensors. For a price of $149, it’s $20 more than last year’s Fitbit Alta and now the same price as the Charge 2.