Not every gaming machine has have more flashing lights than Las Vegas or be taller than an 8-year-old.
As a budget laptop, the Lenovo 100S-11 has a lot going for it, but it's hamstrung by its tiny amount of storage space.
For professional recording engineers, Pro Tools is this industry standard, but creative types will find it surprisingly suitable—there's even a free version to get you started.
This is one of the premiere programs for music creation, recording, and production.
The best software for creating and recording music, as well as live performance. A bit pricey, but worth it.
When it comes to the basics, and we mean the basic functionality that will cover most users, this 4K Ultra HD TV has great chops. The only area it's lacking in is direct playback from USB media and support for peripherals such as mice and keyboards.
Daily backup isn’t archiving. If you want your data to survive the decades, you need to use the right tools.
Samsung manages to wring better sustained performance out of a USB 3.1 SSD than some vendors do from their internal SATA SSDs.
Unlike its predecessor, the Trion 150 offers decent performance at a decent price.
Elgato's HomeKit devices couldn't be designed more elegantly; and except for the Eve Energy, they're reasonably priced.
Qnap delivers a streaming box on steroids. But it's not the easiest device to set up, and it's light on apps for tasks other than media streaming.
This SATA 6Gbps SSD offers very good overall performance—much better than that of comparably priced TLC SSDs.
The Visiontek USB 3.0 Pocket SSD is great for distributing the same data across multiple computers, but is little better, and a lot more expensive, than a hard drive for backup.
The Stack is a great idea marred by a meh implementation.
The Asus Zen AiO Z240IC comes impressively close to mathcing the iMac's elegance.