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Sony PS-LX300 USB

We tested four USB turntables that cost less than $150, and the Sony PS-LX300 was our favorite. The tested conversion quality was on par with that of turntables costing almost twice as much, and the u

Panasonic HC-WXF991

It might seem unfair to compare 4K camcorders against others that shoot lower quality 1080p. Put simply, 4K ultra high definition has nearly four times the pixels – that’s four times the c

JVC Quad Proof GZ-R440D EnvrioR

This camcorder is durable and easy to use. We’ll also admit we really like the bright orange color it comes in, but you can get the same device in black if you’d prefer. Its maximum recor

JVC Quad Proof GZ-R550 EverioR

The JVC Quad Proof GZ-R550 EverioR camcorder has a whopping 32GB of internal memory, the most of any camcorder we tested. Depending on the resolution you shoot in, you can store anywhere from about 2.

Nikon KeyMission 80

This isn’t a traditional camcorder. Nikon is a huge name in video and photography, but its website makes clear that it’s moving away from the traditional handheld camcorder and instead cat

Samsung HMX-F90

The Samsung HMX-F90 takes relatively crisp video and has unique, fun in-camera editing features to enhance your footage. This camcorder is among the lightest we tested at 7.7 ounces, and while some of

AT&T EL51103/51203

There’s nothing glaringly wrong with the AT&T EL51103, but the cordless phone system didn’t particularly wow us. That’s not to say it isn’t a good home phone – it sti

AT&T EL52113

There’s nothing wrong with the AT&T EL52113, but this cordless phone didn’t stand out from the crowd. That’s not to say it’s bad – it’s perfectly fine and a goo

Panasonic KX-TGE445B

The Panasonic KX-TGE445B is a cordless phone and answering machine system with five included handsets. It has all the features and programmable settings we found useful in a cordless phone, along with

Magellan RoadMate 5630T-LM

The Magellan RoadMate 5630T-LM may not be one of the best GPS devices on the market, but it works well and includes some excellent features for the price. It has all of the essential navigational feat

Winbest Master-200

This metal detector has a 10-inch concentric searchcoil that can search as deep as 10 inches below the surface of the ground. Depth is displayed using a series of about a dozen notches. The instructio

Tesoro Mojave

This metal detector has a 7-inch concentric searchcoil, the smallest of any we tested. Its cone-shaped search field can penetrate about 7 inches underground. According to the instruction manual, searc

Bounty Hunter Titanium

In the six years we’ve reviewed metal detectors, we’ve come to realize most of them aren’t very accurate at estimating depth. The Bounty Hunter Titanium Camo, however, got the depth

AGPtek

This GPS tracker runs on a SIM card, which means you’ll need to purchase one separately from a cell phone service provider and install it yourself. Make sure to use the right size SIM card &ndas

Tabcat

This pet tracker transmits a radio signal between the tag and a small receiver to keep track of your pet. You get a receiver, two 0.3-ounce trackers and two splashproof cases that attach to your pet&r

Pod 3

The Pod 3 is a GPS tracker that stands out because of its cylindrical design. The tag itself weighs 1.4 ounces, and even though it’s not the lightest one in our lineup, the rubber strap used to

Tractive

This pet tracker’s live tracking function impressed us with its accuracy and usefulness in a real-life scenario searching for a lost pet. It is a GPS tracker that pairs with a free smartphone ap

Whistle 3

The Whistle 3 is a GPS tracker that works through a free smartphone app. This means you need cell phone service or Wi-Fi, but if that’s accessible you can track your pet anywhere. To set up the

Garmin Drive 50LMT

The Garmin Drive 50LMT is a basic car GPS. While it’s still a solid device, it is missing many of the premium features we look for. However, the GPS system is decently easy to use and comes with

Magellan RoadMate 5635T-LM

Editor’s Note: This product has been removed from our side-by-side comparison because it has been discontinued. You can still read our original review below, but Top Ten Reviews is no longer upd

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