The entertainment-oriented Anker Nebula Mars II Pro has good brightness, resolution, and image quality for a mini projector, and it doubles as a Bluetooth sound system. It's best for home use, as it isn't as portable as some of its peers.
Budget-friendly 3D printers in 2020 will likely surprise you: You can get a smooth-working machine with features once found only in high-end models. Check out the top-performing 3D printers under $500.
Although HP's E24d G4 FHD Advanced Docking Monitor has typical resolution, brightness, and color quality for a 24-inch display, its deep port mix and abundance of business-ready features give it an edge as a corporate productivity monitor.
The reasonably priced Polaroid Play 3D Pen is a good entry point into the world of freehand 3D drawing, although it can be tricky to control the extrusion speed.
3D printers have become affordable enough to hit the mainstream, but should you buy one? Here's what to consider—about materials, possible uses, software, and much more—before you dive in.