The DS213air is both a wireless router and a NAS (Network Attached Storage device) offering the same functionality as Apple’s Time Capsule. In fact, Synology’s dual-purpose DS213air, offers weighty competition against Cupertino’s device. The DS213air functions as a single-band wireless router with which users can configure their own home wireless hotspots. The device also is Continue Reading →

LG ColorPrime 27EA83-D

The LG ColorPrime 27EA83-D monitor takes aim at professional photographers and content creators who require accurate color reproduction to ply their trade. It uses 10-bit color technology and a beautiful 27-inch IPS panel to deliver solid color and grayscale performance and is loaded with features, including a USB 3.0 hub, TruColor Pro calibration software, an Continue Reading →

DxO ViewPoint

DxO ViewPoint has just one goal: To get the perspective of your digital photos right. Shooting at any angle other than straight on with a lens that’s at all wide-angle—which is most often the case for people or landscape photos—introduces geometric distortion, such as unnaturally big heads of people appearing on the side of the Continue Reading →
The Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 750HD offers only 720p native resolution, but it also delivers guaranteed rainbow-free images in 2D and 3D, and it comes with one pair of 3D glasses. If you want a projector with good image quality in both 2D and 3D, and you also want to avoid any possibility of rainbow Continue Reading →

Fitbit One

Fitbit One
Fitbit One is a super-smart pedometer that tracks how many steps you take in a day, the flights of stairs you climb, the distance you travel, the number of calories you burn, and even how much restful sleep you get. In other words, it automates the hard work of keeping track of your overall fitness, Continue Reading →

Fujifilm X100S

Fujifilm X100S
Don’t be fooled by the Fujifilm X100S‘s retro exterior; it’s a modern, full-featured digital camera that impressed us enough to earn our Editors’ Choice award. Like its predecessor the X100, the X100S features a retro design that makes it look more like a 1960s-era Leica than a modern digital camera. BUY NOW What should I buy Continue Reading →

Norton Hotspot Privacy

Norton Hotspot Privacy
Wi-Fi is increasingly becoming easier to find, with coffeeshops, libraries, airports, and even train stations offering users online access. The problem is, you don’t know if someone is sneakily monitoring what sites you are going to, what information you are typing into a form on a page, or what information you are downloading. This is Continue Reading →
Unu DX Protective Battery Case for iPhone 5
The Unu DX Protective Battery Case for iPhone 5 combines a thin and light design with a hefty battery pack, making it dollar for dollar one of the best battery cases available. BUY NOW What should I buy and where should I buy it? I get asked these questions everyday. So, I teamed up with my Continue Reading →

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5
The standard among professional photographers, Adobe’s Lightroom streamlines importing and organizing digital photos, and includes camera and lens-based profile corrections for all of the most popular DSLRs. The new Upright tool lets you correct difficult geometric distortion, and the healing brush lets you remove distracting objects from your images. Also, a new Smart Preview feature Continue Reading →

The Skullcandy PLYR 1

The Skullcandy PLYR 1
The Skullcandy PLYR 1 gaming headset combines wireless performance, simulated surround sound, and flexible connectivity into a single attractive package. BUY NOW What should I buy and where should I buy it? I get asked these questions everyday. So, I teamed up with my friend Dan Costa, Editor-in-Chief of PCMag.com and we’re picking one thing that Continue Reading →