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The best Smart Lights for your home

One of the easiest ways for you to jump into the connected home space is with some awesome connected lighting. Let's take a look and see what the best connected lighting options are right now.

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UE Boom 2 vs. UE Boom 1: What's the difference?

We'll take you through some key differences between the UE Boom 1 and the UE Boom 2 to help you decide whether or not it's worth it to upgrade.

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iPhone SE camera shootout — does the pocket-sized still pack a punch?

How do the cameras in the iPhone SE compare to previous iPhones? Let's find out!

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iPhone SE — Screen sizes and interfaces compared!

What, if anything, are you missing on the small screen? Here's how iPhone SE stacks up to the bigger displays on iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus!

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Best smartphone cameras: Galaxy S7 vs. iPhone 6s vs. Nexus 6P vs. Lumia 950

Samsung Galaxy S7 vs. iPhone 6s Plus, Nexus 6P vs. Lumia 950. It's time to find out who makes the best smartphone camera!

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iPad Pro vs Microsoft Surface: A tablet showdown for writers and artists

Looking for a new tablet to draw or write on? Already have a Surface and debating switching to an iPad? When it comes to sketching, illustration, or handwriting, here's what you want.

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Samsung Gear S2 versus Apple Watch

It's showdown time: the just-announced Samsung Gear S2 versus the Apple Watch. One's round, one's square. One works with Android, the other with iPhone. Both are really good.

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Here's how the new iPod touch camera compares to Apple's best!

The new iPod touch 6 has an 8 megapixel iSight camera, much bigger and better than 5 megapixel shooter on the previous generation iPod touch 5. To see how well it works, I took it out for a shoot and put it up against the last iPod touch, and the 8mp, Apple A8-powered iPad Air 2 and iPhone 6!

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Best Thunderbolt 2 RAID systems for Mac

Looking for balls to the wall storage performance for the Mac? Thunderbolt 2 and RAID is the way to go.

If you want the fastest possible data storage for your Macintosh, getting a Thunderbolt 2 system is the way to go (assuming your Mac has Thunderbolt 2, of course). Getting a RAID — a Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks — will let you get the best performance and a measure of security, since you'll be able to easily recover and keep working in the event of a catastrophic failure. Here are our picks for the very best you can get for the Mac.

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Best shock-resistant external hard drives for Mac

If you're using an external hard drive for backup or supplemental storage and want to carry it around, it's better to be safe than sorry.

Especially if you're traveling outdoors or in rough environments, it may be worth it to invest in an external hard drive designed to tolerate abuse. Here are our picks for the best shock-resistant external hard drives you can get for your Mac!

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