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- Epson PowerLite 1945W WXGA 3LCD Projector
The Epson PowerLite 1945W WXGA 3LCD Projector delivers suitable brightness for a mid- to large-size room, excellent quality for data images, and Wi-Fi.
- Kicker Amphitheater BT2
The Kicker Amphitheater BT2 Bluetooth speaker delivers very powerful audio despite a few issues with deep bass reproduction.
- Epson PowerLite 1940W WXGA 3LCD Projector
The Epson PowerLite 1940W WXGA 3LCD Projector delivers suitable brightness for a mid- to large-size room, high-quality images for data screens, and better-than-typical video for a data projector.
- Toshiba Portege R30-A1302
The Toshiba Portege R30-A1302 ultraportable has a high-powered processor and speedy solid-state drive (SSD). It's not the most forward-looking system in the world, but its throwback features, such as a DVD drive and ExpressCard port, will keep veteran users happy.
- Acer Iconia W4-820-2466
The Acer Iconia W4-820-2466 is a bright, compact 8-inch Windows 8 slate tablet. With a full copy of Microsoft Office Home and Student and almost 10 hours of battery life, it's a viable alternative to carrying an ultraportable laptop to class or meetings.
- Dropbox (for Android)
If you're already a Dropbox user and carry an Android device, the free Dropbox app is a must-have. It gives users access to their files from anywhere, but it also backs up photos and videos and handles a few other mobile-specific functions well. If you're in the market for a file-syncing service, there are other options to consider.
- Comodo Internet Security Premium 7
Despite the word "Premium" in its name, Comodo Internet Security Premium 7 is free. However, you'd be better off combining the free Comodo Firewall 7 with a top free antivirus.
- Beats Studio Wireless
The Studio Wireless Bluetooth headphones offer the Beats signature look and sound, along with the Beats premium price.
- Xerox Phaser 7100/DN
The Xerox Phaser 7100/DN color laser printer can churn out high-quality photos and graphics at up to tabloid size for smaller offices.
- Comodo Antivirus 7
Comodo Antivirus 7 scored well in my hands-on malware blocking test, but not in my malicious URLs test. It doesn't score all that well with the independent labs, either. You can do better.
- Samsung Galaxy S5 (Verizon Wireless)
As Samsung continues to refine its flagship Android smartphone, the Galaxy S5 is better than ever. It's the most powerful phone you can buy, and is a lock for our Editors' Choice on Verizon.
- HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M177fw
The HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M177fw can be a good fit as a personal printer in any size office.
- Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM
The Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM lens is the go-to telezoom for many a pro shooter; its excellent optics make it a clear Editors' Choice.
- viaProtect (for iPhone)
viaProtect lets you pierce the veil of your apps' activities, but it doesn't deliver as much information for iOS as it does for Android.
- Acer K137
The Acer K137 has surprisingly loud audio for a projector that's not much larger than palmtop size.
- Acer P1383W
The Acer P1383W business projector provides good resolution and solid data image quality for boardroom and classroom alike.
- Nikon AF-S DX Nikkor 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR II
The Nikon AF-S DX Nikkor 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR II is one of the better kit lenses out there, but it's best acquired when bundled with a camera at a lower cost.
- Nikon D3300
The Nikon D3300 is a solid entry-level camera for shooters moving up to a D-SLR, but it's not quite worthy of being named Editors' Choice.
- Das Keyboard 4 Professional
A superb typing experience and excellent new features characterize the mechanical Das Keyboard 4, but those benefits don't come cheap.
- DataLocker SkyCrypt
DataLocker SkyCrypt encrypts files that you store in the cloud and decrypts them as needed. The process is completely transparent; you never have to think about encryption or decryption, though sharing protected files requires more work