As one of the top smartphones available right now, the HTC One notched an otherworldly gdgt Score of 96. Critics say it gets just about everything right, with a classy, high-caliber design a silky-smooth user interface, blazing speeds and stunning display. The One only recently launched on Verizon, but its price has already dipped to a new low, possibly in response to Apple's latest offerings.
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The P1102w is a solid choice for those who work from home and need to generate professional-looking documents. In particular, it's drawn praise for its speed, desk-friendly size and wireless options. Naysayers point out that some of the savings could be nullified by high-cost ink cartridges, but the printer's price has fallen steadily since its 2010 release, and has hit a new low at various retailers.
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If your living space and budget are tight, this name-brand 32-incher is a compelling option. You get a full 1080p resolution, along with a USB 3.0/2.0 port for accessing music, pictures and video files at high speeds. Keep in mind that the set has just two HDMI inputs, so you'll need a splitter if you've got a bunch of media players to hook up.
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Blacklist (Xbox 360)
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Stealthy super-agent Sam Fisher made one of his patented non-lethal kills with his latest globe-trotting adventure, wowing reviewers with its compelling espionage story and diverse combat mechanics. In its five-star rave, Joystiq praised the title's inventive, addictive multi-player component, as well as its main campaign.