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Barnes & Noble Nook GlowLight 3 Review: A good e-reader trapped in a flawed device

This Kindle Paperwhite rival suffers from poor build quality and other problems. While its crisp 300-dpi display and physical page turn buttons make the Barnes

Dell XPS Tower Special Edition Review : Simple Meets Powerful

THE GOOD Sleek, unassuming design Reasonably priced Painlessly upgradable Strong gaming performance THE BAD Limited configuration options Some bloatware VERDICT The Dell XPS Tower is

AmpliFi HD Router Review : Reliably Fill Your Home with Wi-Fi

Forget about trying to cover your home with a single router. AmpliFi HD uses a router and a pair of included extenders to fill every

Nyrius WS54 Hands-on Review : Wireless HD for the Whole House

As more and more devices become wireless, it seems that it should be easier to connect together all the TVs in the house without the

Lenovo Y Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review — Big and Not Very Bold

THE GOOD Excellent macro recording Decent keys THE BAD Large, obnoxious design Limited software Less robust than similarly priced keyboards VERDICT The Lenovo Y Gaming

popSlate 2 is E-Ink for your iPhone done right

E-ink iPhone case-maker popSlate is back, with a new, sleeker, more functional version of its customizable shell for Apple’s smartphone. Just like the first-generation case

Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum Review — Keys to Success

THE GOOD Elegant design Great performance Comfortable keys Gorgeous backlighting THE BAD Some software oddities Not the fastest for typing VERDICT The Logitech G810 Orion

New 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class interior raises the bar

There were a lot of loaded, descriptive words thrown out during Mercedes-Benz’s intimate press conference describing the new E-Class. “Luxury”, “simplicity”, “experience”, “high-tech”, “beauty”… all

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 NOOK revealed

This week the folks at Barnes & Noble have revealed their own version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2. This version of the device works

Barnes & Noble Nook HD Review

  The popular bookseller Barnes & Noble surely have a great pair of tablets on their hands, but they are rarely mentioned while talking about