Kobo's Elipsa offers a clean UI, good file format support and basic but well implemented handwriting features.
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The MagicWatch 2 covers the basics of health and fitness monitoring well, but Honor needs to work harder on its smartwatch offer. The absence of NFC and lack of support for third-party apps are the main concerns.
The 14-inch HP Chromebook 14A G5 has its drawbacks, including a moderate screen resolution, but it offers a very good keyboard and comes at an attractive price.
The Kobo Forma may not have a 3G option, but it does support the ePUB format and public library loans, making it a credible alternative to the Kindle Oasis.
This affordable 5-inch Android smartphone offers decent build quality and impressive battery life, but the CPU/RAM combination is underpowered and it's short on internal storage.
The Gear Fit 2 Pro is an impressive wearable device, but it's hardly a major departure from the previous, more affordable, model.
This 360-degree add-on Mod for Motorola's Z-series smartphones is fun to use, but has some limitations.
Garmin's Fenix 5 is a bulky smartwatch that majors on sports and activity tracking. It's packed with features, but expensive.
Kobo's latest e-reader offers waterproofing and automatic blue-light exposure control, but misses a trick by omitting public library lending support.
This smartwatch will be improved by Android Wear 2.0, but will still lack NFC, GPS and a heart-rate monitor.