Kris Naudus

Senior Editor, Database

Kris runs Engadget's awesome product database with an iron fist. She's also written stuff for Anime Insider and Anime News Network, as well as completed a rather lengthy stint editing Pokémon things for The Pokémon Company. She still plays the games and seriously can't believe there are 802 Pokémon now.

Articles by Kris Naudus

06.18.17
'The Daily Show' celebrates the tweets of Donald Trump in new exhibit
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'The Daily Show' celebrates the tweets of Donald Trump in new exhibit

The Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library is only open for a weekend, but the tweets will live on.

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06.13.17
The Xbox One X vs. the PlayStation 4 Pro: 4K and more
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The Xbox One X vs. the PlayStation 4 Pro: 4K and more

They might not be completely new systems, but your games and movies will certainly look better.

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06.12.17
The Xbox One X vs. the original Xbox One: What's changed?
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The Xbox One X vs. the original Xbox One: What's changed?

Microsoft's newest Xbox boasts souped-up graphics to go with its updated look.

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06.05.17
The new iPad Pro vs. the 9.7-inch iPad Pro: What's changed?
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The new iPad Pro vs. the 9.7-inch iPad Pro: What's changed?

The 10.5-inch Pro slides right into the spot the smaller Pro used to occupy, but is it worth the trade-off?

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05.10.17
This cosplay mask fights pollution too
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This cosplay mask fights pollution too

It's cleaner than a typical cloth mask and uses crowdsourced data to map air pollution.

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05.10.17
The ShapeScale 3D scanner can color-code your body changes
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The ShapeScale 3D scanner can color-code your body changes

The level of detail this portable scale captures isn't great for my ego, but it's a big help when you're trying to get in shape.

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05.02.17
Surface Laptop vs. the competition: Back to basics

Surface Laptop vs. the competition: Back to basics

Microsoft's newest machine may be a solid-looking laptop, but does it have the internals to distinguish itself in a crowded field?

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