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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.



 



MSI Trident
The MSI Trident is an attractively priced gaming desktop, but its uniquely compact design restricts your upgrade options.(image)



Master Lock 4400D Indoor Bluetooth Padlock
Master Lock's 4400D Indoor Bluetooth Padlock lets you pop it open with the touch of a button and provide guest access to anyone you want.(image)



Master Lock 4401DLH Outdoor Bluetooth Padlock
The Master Lock 4401DLH Outdoor Bluetooth Padlock is a heavier, more rugged version of the excellent, indoor-focused 4400D.(image)



Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 V
Though its price is tough to swallow, the Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 V is Sony's most advanced pocket camera yet.(image)



Audeze iSine20
The Audeze iSine20 earphones deliver a balanced, truly impressive audio experience, but their look and price might scare off some potential listeners.(image)



G Data Internet Security 2017
G Data Internet Security has all the components you expect in a suite, and even adds backup. However, component quality varies from very good to very poor.(image)



Verizon GizmoTab
The Verizon GizmoTab is actually an Ellipsis 8 HD in disguise, with child-friendly software and accessories. It's a flexible, if expensive option, if you need a kid-specific tablet with cellular connectivity.(image)



WebStarts
WebStarts is an website builder that offers more control over site layout than strictly responsive-design competitors, but costs more, is less slick, and lacks tools like a third-party widget gallery and integrated site statistics.(image)



HP Elite Slice
The HP Elite Slice is a modular small-form-factor business PC that can be used in conference rooms or at your employees' desks, and can be switched to different configurations in just seconds.(image)



Verizon Ellipsis 8 HD
The Ellipsis 8 HD for Verizon offers good cellular network performance, a nice display, and built-in tech support, making it a solid multimedia-focused tablet for the price.(image)



SlimWare Utilities DriverUpdate
DriverUpdate improves a PC's performance by letting you quickly download out-of-date drivers. It's a solid utility, but in testing it didn't find quite as many drivers to update as the very best apps in the field.(image)



Slack (for Android)
The Slack Android app lets you stay in touch with your teammates no matter where you are, and you're always in control of when and how you get alerts. It's an Editors' Choice team messaging app.(image)



Lenovo Yoga 710 (15")
The Lenovo Yoga 710 is a large-screen convertible-hybrid laptop that's optimal for enjoying video and other multimedia.(image)



ViewSonic VP2468
The moderately priced ViewSonic VP2468 is a 24-inch monitor that delivers solid performance and offers a generous assortment of ports, settings, and ergonomic adjustment options.(image)



Acer Predator 15 (G9-593-72VT)
Packing a GTX 1060 graphics card, the Acer Predator 15 (G9-593-72VT) delivers solid gaming performance along with decent battery life for a relatively modest price.(image)



Xerox WorkCentre 6515/DNI
The Xerox WorkCentre 6515/DNI provides above-par output quality, solid speed, and a thorough feature set for an all-in-one color laser-class printer.(image)



Adobe Premiere Elements
Premiere Elements is an easy-to-use video editor with lots of effects and guidance, but it trails some of the competition in speed, flexibility, and support for new content types.(image)



Gourmia GTA2800 WiFi Air Fryer
The Gourmia GTA2800 is a Wi-Fi connected air fryer that does a great job of cooking many different foods, even if you don't bother to use an app.(image)



Leica M10
The Leica M10 camera improves upon its predecessor, upping performance and slimming down the body. It's a solid, albeit pricey, choice for rangefinder devotees.(image)



D-Link AC3150 Ultra Wi-Fi Router (DIR-885L/R)
D-Link's good-looking AC3150 Ultra Wi-Fi Router (DIR-885L/R) offers fast throughput performance, MU-MIMO data streaming, and support for open-source firmware, making it our top pick for midrange routers.(image)



Razer Kraken Pro V2
The Razer Kraken Pro V2 is a well-designed, comfortable wired gaming headset with a reasonable price tag.(image)



McAfee Total Protection (2017)
To the feature set of McAfee's entry-level suite, Total Protection adds file encryption and four additional licenses for the True Key password manager. Best of all, you can install it on every device in your household.(image)



McAfee LiveSafe (2017)
In addition to protecting all your Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android devices, McAfee LiveSafe offers a unique encrypted cloud storage system.(image)



Parrot Disco FPV
The Parrot Disco FPV is a lot of fun to fly, but isn't the most practical drone on the market.(image)



Canon EF 400mm f/4 DO IS II USM
The Canon EF 400mm f/4 DO IS II USM lens delivers near-perfect optical performance, and is priced accordingly.(image)



Star Wars: The Old Republic (for PC)
Fans of Star Wars and MMORPGs alike will find a tremendous amount of enjoyable content in The Old Republic. It's an immersive world that boasts a satisfying narrative, exceptional combat, and rich character building. The Old Republic is the MMO standard.(image)



McAfee Internet Security (2017)
Upgrading from McAfee AntiVirus Plus to McAfee Internet Security gets you a clever password manager along with parental control and spam filtering that you may not need. You're better off sticking with the antivirus or choosing an Editors' Choice suite.(image)



McAfee AntiVirus Plus (2017)
McAfee AntiVirus Plus doesn't score as high as other Editors' Choice products in testing, but it covers vastly more than the others. One subscription lets you protect every Windows, Android, macOS, and iOS device in your household.(image)



BambooHR
BambooHR isn't the cheapest HR management package around, but it's worth the additional coin with well-organized, visually appealing tools that are comprehensive, simple to set up, use, and maintain.(image)



Libratone Q Adapt On-Ear
The attractive Libratone Q Adapt On-Ear headphones deliver above-average noise cancellation and quality Bluetooth audio at a relatively affordable price.(image)



Evernote (for iPhone)
The Evernote iPhone app lets you make notes on the go and find information stored in your account anytime, anywhere. Evernote's price is high for a Premium account, but it remains the best app for note-taking and syncing.(image)



SAP SuccessFactors Perform and Reward
Human resources (HR) software and management system SAP SuccessFactors Perform and Reward is a fairly expensive solution for companies that want a big-name vendor, lots of hand holding, and it's also good for fast-growth companies that want something that'll expand as they do.(image)



Zenefits Z2
Human resources (HR) software and management system Z2 is best suited for startups and small to midsize businesses (SMBs) with salaried workers to whom they need to administer benefits and perks.(image)



Cezanne OnDemand
Human resources (HR) software and management system Cezanne OnDemand is solid software which offers most HR functions that can grow along with a small business, but the user interface and multitude of options makes it tough for administrator-level users to get started.(image)



WebHR
Human resources (HR) software and management system WebHR is a good, free option for small companies that comes with the option to scale up to a paid version as your business grows. But prepare to do a lot of set up and figuring things out on your own.(image)



Fairsail HRMS
Fairsail HRMS is a solid HR management suite suitable for larger companies with foreign operations, a need to design people functions to match how they do business, and a budget to pay for this sophisticated level of configurability.(image)



Namely
Namely is a rock-solid option for mid-sized and larger companies that need an all-in-one HR management tool, and are willing to trade a longer implementation time and higher price for enterprise-grade customization and flexibility.(image)



APS OnLine
APS OnLine provides thorough HR management service, with enterprise-level configurability designed for the SMB customer, though those customers should be ready to pay for it.(image)



Deputy
Deputy is a solid option for small to midsize businesses (SMBs) with a preponderance of shift workers. The platform's open API and add-on people management modules means it also could serve as a company's main human resources (HR) management hub.(image)



Kronos SaaShr
Kronos SaaShr is a highly configurable, reasonably priced, all-in-one HR management suite for SMBs. It combines a high degree of customizability with a near-enterprise feature set for a nice initial price.(image)



Nvidia Shield TV (2017)
The new Shield TV is basically the same Android TV media streamer-microconsole hybrid as the original, but with a few new tricks. More than a year of software enhancements from Nvidia don't hurt either.(image)



Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ2500
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ2500 camera has true pro-grade video features, but its 20x lens doesn't perform consistently across its coverage range.(image)



CyberLink PowerDirector 15 Ultimate
PowerDirector is the fastest and most capable consumer-level video editing software around, and it's the first to support 360-degree VR footage.(image)



NEC MultiSync EX241UN-BK
The 24-inch NEC MultiSync EX241UN-BK is a well-equipped business monitor that offers some handy IT-friendly features and delivers excellent color and grayscale performance.(image)



AVG AntiVirus Free (2017)
AVG AntiVirus Free has a new look, and some new technology, but our hands-on tests and independent lab tests show that it's just as reliable as ever.(image)



Canon imageFormula ScanFront 400
The Canon imageFormula ScanFront 400 network document scanner may be expensive, but it provides elegant and efficient scanning, as well as speedy conversion to searchable PDF, from a 10.1-inch tablet-like display and OS.(image)



iHeartRadio (for Android)
iHeartRadio brings custom-built channels, podcasts, thousands of live radio stations, and (finally!) premium features to Android devices. However, it trails the major players in the field in some areas.(image)



2017 Ford Fusion Hybrid
With its attractive design and excellent features, the 2017 Ford Fusion Hybrid is the among the best full-size non-luxury hybrid sedans on the road.(image)



Sony PlayStation Platinum Wireless Headset
The PlayStation Platinum Wireless Headset from Sony offers a comfortable fit and strong audio performance for PS4 gaming.(image)



Wild Apricot
Wild Apricot fills in the gaps for clubs that can't be served by more targeted membership management solutions or that are too small to be served by more comprehensive tools.(image)



MemberPlanet
MemberPlanet is a well-priced, reliable membership management solution for small to midsize clubs such as PTAs and fraternities as well as larger organizations that want to set up a website without coding and coordinate member activities. It's not as feature-packed as our Editors' Choice tools, but it's a great bang for your buck.(image)



StarChapter
StarChapter is a well-designed membership management solution for local chapters, associations, and nonprofit organizations. It sports a well-rounded feature set, good support, and a great user experience for admins and members.(image)



Sumac
Sumac is a full-featured membership management tool for member, events, and donation management. While it lacks mobile functionality, Sumac packs a wealth of specialized add-ons, deep customization, and a CRM-level database behind it that make the software a rock-solid choice for nonprofit organizations.(image)



LeEco Le S3
The unlocked LeEco Le S3 balances a premium build, powerful performance, and unique features with an affordable price, making it a solid buy as long as you can look past its heavy-handed Android layer.(image)



Securifi Almond 3 Smart Home Wi-Fi System
The Almond 3 Smart Home Wi-Fi System brings wireless connectivity to all areas of your home and doubles as a home automation hub. The system looks good and is easy to install, but throughput performance is mixed.(image)



Netgear Orbi High-Performance AC3000 Tri-Band Wi-Fi System (RBK50)
Meant for larger spaces, the Netgear Orbi RBK50 is a capable Wi-Fi system that delivers speedy wireless networking to all areas of your home. It's a snap to install, offers plenty of wired LAN ports, and is MU-MIMO ready.(image)



Brother MFC-J5830DW XL
The Brother MFC-J5830DW XL inkjet MFP can print at up to tabloid size, has very low running costs, and comes with a large supply of ink, but it lacks the paper handling abilities of some of its peers.(image)



Kodak i3500 Scanner
The Kodak i3500 Scanner offers impressive speed and paper capacity, and the ability to scan up to tabloid-size documents. But this capability and flexibility will cost you.(image)



LG K10
The LG K10 for MetroPCS is a relatively affordable Android phone with a nice build, but it's held back by underpowered hardware.(image)



Misfit Phase
The Misfit Phase is an attractive fitness tracker in the body of a classic wristwatch, with accurate metrics and just enough smartwatch features to keep things interesting.(image)