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Preview: PCMag.com: New Product Reviews

PCMag.com: New Product Reviews



First Look At New Products From PCMag.com including Lab Tests, Ratings, Editor's and User's Reviews.



 



Chartio
Chartio is a fast and efficient self-service business intelligence (BI) tool that requires a long learning curve.(image)



Microsoft Power BI
A powerful and highly intuitive self-service business intelligence (BI) tool that's cheap, has a short learning curve, and can be extended in all kinds of directions depending on how many other Microsoft platforms you're willing to use.(image)



Google Analytics
An extremely powerful website and mobile app analytics tool, Google Analytics conveniently integrates with many Google services, including search and Google G Suite. Its data connectors are mostly just for other Google services but more are on the way.(image)



Tableau Desktop
Tableau Desktop is a mature and popular self-service business intelligence (BI) tool. It's filled with cutting-edge features that are only slightly marred by its not-insignificant learning curve.(image)



Syspro
Syspro is a strong contender for the enterprise resource planning (ERP) needs of small, midsize, and large businesses. The system is extremely flexible, comprehensive, and easy to use, offering a plethora of reports and easily scaling from one to several hundred users.(image)



LG gram 14 (2017)
The LG gram 14 is a super-light, speedy laptop with top-notch battery life. It lacks that luxury feel, but is a little less expensive than some competition. If ultimate portability is paramount, it should be on your short list.(image)



Alsoft DiskWarrior 5 (for Mac)
While other data recovery utilities can scan disks to recover lost or deleted files, DiskWarrior is unrivaled in its ability to repair and rebuild the Mac directory.(image)



CleverFiles Disk Drill Pro 3 (for Mac)
If you have Mac with a traditional hard drive, Disk Drill Pro offers one of the most advanced data recovery utilities available.(image)



Stellar Phoenix Mac Data Recovery 7 (for Mac)
While it doesn't provide the most sophisticated tools for filtering recovery results, Stellar Phoenix Mac Data Recovery 7 offers an easy on-ramp to Mac data recovery.(image)



Seagate Premium File Recovery Suite 2.5 (for Mac)
While it's not as feature-rich as some competing tools, Seagate Premium File Recovery Suite 2.5 provides a simple, fast, and capable utility backed by one of the largest names in data recovery.(image)



LG OLED55C7P
The OLEDC7P series of OLED TVs continues LG's trend of offering superb picture quality in a gorgeous, minimal design. But you'll pay handsomely for it.(image)



Prosoft Data Rescue 4 (for Mac)
After fifteen years in the business, Prosoft Data Rescue 4 continues to offer one of the most powerful and accessible tools for data recovery.(image)



Canon EOS M6
Canon's mirrorless cameras are getting better, but the EOS M6 still can't quite measure up to some competitors.(image)



TP-Link Deco M5 Wi-Fi System
The TP-Link Deco M5 Wi-Fi System is a stylishly designed Wi-Fi system that delivers solid throughput performance and supports MU-MIMO streaming. It's also a breeze to install and its feature set is robust.(image)



Lenovo Tab3 8
The Lenovo Tab3 8 is a sturdy and relatively affordable Android tablet with built-in parental controls, but it doesn't offer particularly noteworthy performance.(image)



Jabra Elite Sport
With boosted bass response, a heart rate sensor, and a waterproof design, the Jabra Elite Sport is a quality wire-free earphone pair aimed at athletes and exercise buffs.(image)



Sengled Snap
The Sengled Snap is an LED floodlight with a built-in 1080p camera that lets you discreetly keep tabs on what's happening outside of your home.(image)



Zmodo Torch Pro
The Zmodo Torch Pro is a solid outdoor security camera and doorbell system that lets you see what's going on outside of your doorway.(image)



Acer Aspire Z3 (AZ3-715-UR15)
The Acer Aspire Z3 is a powerful all-in-one PC that handily speeds through tasks, but a coarse screen, a slow hard drive, and a dated design are turnoffs.(image)



Huawei Watch 2
The Huawei Watch 2 features excellent fitness tracking capabilities and is the strongest showcase for Android Wear 2.0 we've seen so far, but that still doesn't make it a perfect smartwatch.(image)



Jungle Disk
Jungle Disk floats below the visual radar while keeping your data safe. While it lacks some of the native business application backup features that other offerings have, it maintains a high level of encryption, which keeps it compatible with HIPAA and SOX regulations.(image)



SpiderOak Groups
SpiderOak Groups has set the standard for privacy and security, but lacks many of the collaboration features and app-specific backup options that other clients have. If you don't need collaboration or virtualization and business app support, then SpiderOak Groups will keep your data well-protected and safe from prying eyes.(image)



ADrive Business
ADrive Business lacks some advanced features of other products, and proper third-party validation of its security practices, but it has an attractively low price point. The team is actively developing new features for 2017, so it is worth keeping an eye out for improvements.(image)



MozyPro for Business
MozyPro for Business excels in data retention, security, and personal storage, but lags a bit in terms of backing up non-Microsoft virtualized environments and cloud services. Otherwise, it is a solid, no-fuss option for backing up your company's systems at a reasonable price.(image)



Zetta Data Protection
Zetta Data Protection is a great cloud backup service for businesses that extends across all major platforms. With support for popular business software and business continuity features, it's a good bet for small businesses looking to go from a simple file backup to a cloud-based recovery solution.(image)



Codecademy
Codecademy makes learning to code fun and rewarding, and offers plenty of help along the way.(image)



Safari Books Online by O'Reilly Media
Safari Books Online offers hundreds of quality courses, but it's pricey and doesn't have robust support.(image)



Code Avengers
Code Avengers is a great tool for learning programming, and its wide selection of courses make a subscription worthwhile..(image)



Treehouse
Treehouse is fun to use and easy to follow for budding coders. Just keep an eye on costs, since you're paying month-to-month.(image)



SitePoint
SitePoint has a wide range of classes and ebooks about coding, but it's not as fun as competing services.(image)



CodeCombat
CodeCombat's free RPG adventures do a great job of turning the basics of coding into fun games for kids.(image)



Lynda.com From LinkedIn
Lynda.com is an outstanding resource for video-based, online learning, particularly if multimedia software or coding skills are what you need. The price is attractive, considering you get unfettered access to all the courses in Lynda.com's catalog.(image)



Blu R1 Plus
The Blu R1 Plus is an affordable unlocked phone with a sturdy build and a bright HD display, but performance issues and merely average battery life put it behind competitors.(image)



Duolingo (for iPhone)
Among free language apps, Duolingo can't be beat. New in-app chat functionality lets you try your hand at short, casual conversations with a bot. Despite the chats feeling a bit scripted, Duolingo still earns our highest recommendation.(image)



Fujifilm Fujinon GF 63mm F2.8 R WR
The Fujifilm Fujinon GF 63mm F2.8 R WR is the first lens many GFX owners will buy. It delivers very sharp results and is relatively light and compact.(image)



HP OfficeJet Pro 8216
The HP OfficeJet Pro 8216 is competitively priced for a single-function inkjet designed primarily for low-volume print environments, and its print quality is on par with its closest competitors.(image)



BenQ CH100
The LED-based BenQ CH100 projects the sharp text one expects from a 1080p data projector, but its low brightness effectively limits its use to small, dark rooms.(image)



Fujifilm GFX 50S
The Fujifilm GFX 50S is an affordable medium format camera with superb image quality and a forward-thinking mirrorless design.(image)



Brother MFC-L8900CDW
The Brother MFC-L8900CDW is a relatively fast color laser multifunction printer, with competitively low running costs and flexible expandability, and it prints well overall.(image)



Skullcandy Jib Wireless
Bluetooth earphones don't get much more affordable than the Skullcandy Jib Wireless, which packs a strong bass punch for the price.(image)



LG Watch Sport
The LG Watch Sport has a built-in cellular modem to stand apart from your smartphone, but that doesn't help it stand apart from a crowd of smartwatches that offer more for your money.(image)



Celoxis
Easy to learn and cleanly designed, project management app Celoxis offers a wide range of features for tracking tasks, financial resources, and time. It could be stronger in collaboration and communication, however.(image)



HP ScanJet Pro 4500 fn1 Network Scanner
The HP ScanJet Pro 4500 Network Scanner supports both Ethernet and Wi-Fi out of the box, and it scans and saves to searchable PDF faster than similarly priced competitors.(image)



Kobo Aura H2O
Whether it's the sandy shores of Cancun or your bathtub, if you like to read near water, the Kobo Aura H2O is a waterproof ebook reader worthy of your attention.(image)



Constant Contact
Constant Contact demystifies email marketing with its easy-to-use, professional-looking user interface. However, it was a bit glitchy in testing and somewhat stingy for the price.(image)



ActiveCampaign
ActiveCampaign offers a lot of marketing features, which results in a cluttered interface, though that's balanced by its high quality online support.(image)



GetResponse
GetResponse is easy-to-use email marketing software. It offers many advanced features that you can try for free, including Salesforce integration and flexible auto-responders.(image)



Campaigner
Campaigner is a well-designed email marketing service that offers numerous advanced features and a generous free trial.(image)



Act-On
Act-On is one of the best marketing automation suites on the market. But can you afford all that it has to offer?(image)



Tractive Motion
The Tractive Motion is an affordable pet activity tracker for cats and dogs that syncs with your phone via Bluetooth, but lacks some of the features and convenience you get with pricier models.(image)



Origin Neuron
The Origin Neuron is a stellar gaming machine with practically unrivaled gaming power housed in an elegant design. It's our top pick for high-end gaming desktops.(image)



Portal Smart Gigabit WiFi Router
With the Portal Smart Gigabit WiFi Router, you get fast throughput, MU-MIMO streaming, and a couple of extra 5GHz channels, but configurability is limited and the mobile app needs some work.(image)



Vivint Smart Home
The Vivint Smart Home system offers 24/7 security monitoring and remote control of your door locks, cameras, heating system, and features the best video doorbell solution we've tested.(image)



Vivint Ping Camera
The Vivint Ping is an HD security camera that not only records video when it detects motion, but also offers a unique outgoing call feature that lets you place a video call directly to a mobile device from the camera itself.(image)



Blu Life One X2 Mini
The Blu Life One X2 Mini is a compact unlocked phone with a nice build and solid performance, but its slightly larger sibling offers better battery life.(image)



Meeteor
Meeteor tries hard to give order to meeting chaos and create useful follow-up tools. The online collaboration tool orchestrates the meeting process, providing structure for before, during, and afterwards. But, despite excellent structural tools for meeting setup, it never quite pulls it off.(image)



LG OLED65C7P
The OLEDC7P series of OLED TVs continues LG's trend of offering superb picture quality in a gorgeous, minimal design. But you'll pay handsomely for it.(image)



FreshBooks
The new version of FreshBooks is a polished, intuitive website that supports invoices and estimates, expenses, projects, and time-tracking. It lacks some important features from the previous edition, however.(image)



Wave
Free double-entry accounting service Wave keeps getting better. Its appealing design and powerful features make it our top bookkeeping choice for freelancers, sole proprietors, contractors, and very small businesses.(image)



GoDaddy Bookkeeping
GoDaddy Bookkeeping provides good basic tools for tracking income and expenses. The service's direct integration with Amazon, eBay, and Etsy make it especially useful for entrepreneurs who sell with those sites.(image)