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LG WM3575CV review

For all of the things LG’s $1,100 WM3575CV washing machine gets right, it has one fatal flaw — poor performance. Out of all of the front-loaders we’ve reviewed so far, this model earned the lowest overall stain removal score. Given its subpar cleaning skills, I can’t recommend the LG WM3575CV. Look instead to the Electrolux EFLS617S or the Whirlpool WFW87HEDW. Taking LG’s WM3575CV washer out for a spin See full gallery Speed demon Before I got the WM3575CV’s performance results, I was fairly impressed with it. This LG machine dominates when you stack its features against competitors in the same ...

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Garmin Forerunner 735XT review

The Garmin Forerunner 235 is one of my favorite running watches and for good reason: It has everything runners need to take their training to the next level. It’s not ideal for multisport athletes, though. The 235 is primarily a running watch, but its more expensive cousin, the Forerunner 735XT, is equally good and better suited for serious triathletes. This watch can track running, cycling, swimming and other sports, includes an optical heart-rate sensor, and has interval training, all-day activity tracking and phone notifications. Its special triathlon feature can time transitions and switch sport profiles with a single button press. ...

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Frigidaire FGID2466QF 24 In. Gallery Built-In Dishwasher review

One of these days, we’ll find the perfect dishwasher. Until that day comes, I present to you the $650 Frigidaire Gallery FGID2466QF. It joins a trio of budget dishwashers we’ve reviewed recently that prove you don’t need to shell out big bucks for good cleaning capability. Like the others — the $600 GE GDF610PMJES and the $700 Kenmore 13699 — this Frigidaire model has drawbacks. In particular, it has an upper rack that makes loading your bowls and glasses painful, it’s louder than its more expensive counterparts, and it has a plastic inner tub instead of stainless steel. Also like ...

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Origin PC Millennium (2016) review

The last time we looked at the Origin PC Millennium was a couple of years ago, just when the idea of 4K gaming was starting to take hold. Driven by higher-end graphics cards, in that case the then-new Nvidia GeForce GTX 980, desktops were still a much better way to play high-end PC games at high resolutions, and by a fairly wide margin. Since then, gaming laptops have closed the gap considerably, with decent mobile GPUs playing games easily in full HD and even in many cases, at higher resolutions like 4K. It looked as if the traditional gaming desktop ...

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Logitech M320 review

Logitech is easily my go-to brand of PC accessories for the simple fact that it has the biggest selection of shapes, sizes and designs. But if you’re not a die-hard researcher like me or just don’t feel like poring over the 22 different mice on the Web site to find the right pick, you’ve come to the right place. The Logitech M320 is one of the company’s most basic wireless mouse models, listing for $30 but available online (in the US, at least) for less than half that: $12.99. (In the UK, the price delta is smaller: £30 list and ...

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Fujifilm X-A3 Release Date, Price and Specs

This year’s colors. Fujifilm Witha few exceptions, the Fujifilm X-A3 is close to indistinguishable from its predecessor, the X-A2, despite the fact that it’s launching at a slightly higher price than the 2015 model did. At $600 for a kit with the XC16-50mmF3.5-5.6 OIS II lens, this entry-level mirrorless interchangeable camera is definitely at the cheap end of the spectrum, but that’s mostly because the entry-level models have gotten a bit more sophisticated and only older models occupy the sub-$700 segment. (I don’t have UK or Australian prices yet, but the kit price converts to about £453 and AU$788.) It’s ...

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Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 Release Date, Price and Specs

Xiaomi Xiaomi found success with the Redmi Note 3, and it’s not deviating too much with the new Note 4. Instead, this 5.5-inch phone refines its predecessor’s metal body design with chamfered edges for a more premium look, while incrementally improving its insides. The Redmi Note 3 used a Qualcomm Snapdragon 650 processor, but Xiaomi here has decided to go with a chip from rival MediaTek. The Note 4 packs a deca-core Helios X20 processor, which should be zippy, especially for a budget phone. The battery of the device gets a slight bump from 4,000 to 4,100 mAh, though the ...

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LG G Pad X 8.0 review

Guess what! You can actually buy a decent tablet for only $50. Aside from the $50 Amazon Fire, there’s the LG G Pad X 8.0. The catch with the LG? It’s only offered for $50 with a two-year ATT contract. Otherwise, it costs $250 retail, which, in my expert tablet-reviewer opinion, is way too much for such a simple tablet. But at $50? It’s a great deal. ATT also offers monthly installment payments that end up costing you about $12.50 a month for 20 months. LG’s G Pad X 8.0 is a steal for $50, but… See full gallery Why ...

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Project Nursery Video Baby Monitor System review

One of the perks of having an app-connected video baby monitor is that you don’t need to carry the base station screen around the house with you. Instead, you just pull up the app on your phone and get an instant update on your napping kiddo. Project Nursery wants to bring together the best of both worlds — a secure, non-app-connected camera with a base station monitor that isn’t a hassle to carry around. Its solution: a 1.5-inch monitor that straps to your wrist like a smart watch. This mini monitor is included with the typical camera, a 5-inch base ...

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PowerVision PowerEgg Release Date, Price and Specs

It’s very difficult to say “PowerEgg” and not smile or giggle, and that’s sort of the point. Robotics company PowerVision was looking for a drone design that is friendly and approachable and not intimidating to anyone — and the result is the PowerEgg. When closed up, it looks like a giant shiny white egg, roughly the size of a rugby ball. Press a button to drop its legs, pull up each of its four propeller arms and it’s transformed into, well, a flying egg. A 4.6-pound (2 kg) one at that. Under a cap on the bottom is the PowerEgg’s ...

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