There are many sources online to read reviews about all different categories of technology. Below are some FREE (to you) high quality review resources.
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Consumer Reports is an independent, nonprofit member organization that works side by side with consumers for truth, transparency, and fairness in the marketplace. Rating thousands of products and services annually: Consumer Reports tests, rates, and reviews thousands of consumer products and services at both its testing center in Westchester County, N.Y., and its auto test center in Colchester, Conn. The most up-to-date research is available through their website.
CNET tells you what’s new in tech, culture and science, why it matters, how it works and what you need. We recommend looking at both the Reviews section and the Best Products section to gather information about technology. They include news, commentary, analysis, features, FAQs, advice, hands-on reviews, buying guides, photography, and informative videos.
Gizmodo is a news and opinion website about gadgets, technology, science, environmental news, entertainment, and culture. From reviews of the latest phones, TVs, laptops, shows, and movies to the latest news about privacy, tech and environmental policy, and labor, they aim to cover the worlds of technology, science, and entertainment with transparency, accuracy, humor, and blunt honesty.