Preview: PCMag.com Editors' Choice
PCMag.com Editors' Choice
Looking for an expert pick? Editors at PCMag.com take a look at different products and give you their recommendations.
Motorola Moto G5 Plus
The Moto G5 Plus sets a new standard for affordable unlocked phones with a premium build, solid specs, smooth performance, and bloatware-free Android software.
Corsair One Pro
Corsair's first PC, the One Pro, is the new benchmark for small-form-factor gaming systems. It delivers high-end gaming performance of desktops twice its size, with a sleek look and a sensible price.
Plantronics BackBeat 500
The Plantronics BackBeat 500 offer surprisingly good audio quality for sub-$100 Bluetooth headphones.
Epson PowerLite 1781W Wireless WXGA 3LCD Projector
Epson's PowerLite 1781W Wireless WXGA 3LCD Projector provides a winning combination of brightness and resolution, above-par data and video image quality, and a solid set of wired and wireless connection choices. All in a slim and light frame.
Notes on Blindness VR (for iPad)
Notes on Blindness is a unique virtual reality app that helps sighted people to better understand the experience of people who have lost, or are losing, their eyesight.
The 38-inch Acer XR382CQK curved-screen monitor offers accurate colors and stellar gaming performance. It's expensive, but its extensive feature set and humongous screen are worth the price.
Dell XPS 15 Touch (2017)
With its brilliant 4K screen and updated components, Dell's latest XPS 15 Touch (9560) is a powerful laptop for visual artists, graphics designers, and video enthusiasts.
Brother ImageCenter ADS-3600W
Need networked document scanning at a reasonable price? Brother's relatively fast and accurate ImageCenter ADS-3600W is equipped with Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and numerous mobile and cloud options.
The Wi-Fi-connected Petnet SmartFeeder not only doles out exact portions of food and lets you trigger feedings from your phone, it also monitors your dog or cat's caloric intake and provides nutritional information.