Everything we review, we give away to our valued and loyal readers. You'll find our latest giveaways below.
Our verdict of the New Nintendo 2DS XL:
Of all the devices in the DS line (and there's an excessive amount), this is one Nintendo's best models yet, trailing only slightly behind the more expensive New 3DS XL. It's light, durable, comfortable, and a joy to game on.
Our verdict of the DJI Spark:
If you're looking for a tiny drone that's great fun to fly, then the Spark is for you. If you're after the very best image quality or long battery life, you may want to look elsewhere.
Our verdict of the Chuwi Hi-Dock 4-Port USB Desktop Charger:
If you need an adequate USB charger or device stand, the Chuwi Hi-Dock 4-Port USB Desktop Charger is worth a look. But actually trying to charge a device in the stand is another matter as most device are too top heavy.
Our verdict of the iPad Pro 10.5:
The best iPad you can buy. Pair it with the Smart Keyboard or Pencil for a productive mobile powerhouse, just make sure the apps and software you need to be most productive are compatible first.
Our verdict of the Huawei Watch 2:
At almost $300, Huawei's Watch 2 is one of the more expensive Android Wear devices. Despite that, its IP68 water resistance, astounding battery life, and feature-packed design make it easy to see past its few flaws.
Our verdict of the Blackview BV8000 Pro:
Rugged usually means poor performance with a premium tacked on for a big rubber case. The Black BV8000 Pro costs just $250, has good performance, massive battery life, and took a beating in our durability tests.
Our verdict of the Amazon Fire TV Edition Element 4K LED TV :
The Fire TV integration is solid, but the quality of the display is just okay at best. The Fire TV part makes this TV woefully overpriced and not worth buying.
Our verdict of the Amazon Echo Show:
Amazon's latest member of the Echo family, the Show, delivers with a touchscreen and great sounding speakers. But will developers to support the new platform?