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At BESTnetREVIEW, we love talking concerning gadgets, Daily Life needs related to modern tech & science…yes, science. however does one assume science gets done nowadays? With technical school in fact. As a matter of reality, take a glance around and you’ll notice that technology is in or has touched virtually everything.
BESTnetREVIEW upgrades your life by helping you decide what tech to buy, showing you how to get the most out of it and solving problems as they arise. BESTnetREVIEW is here to help you…
Achieve your goals
Our primary ambition is to help you leverage technology to achieve your ultimate goal, whether it’s getting in shape, protecting your kids, being more productive or just having fun.
Find great products without any hassle
We spend more than 3,500 hours a year researching, testing and reviewing new products to provide recommendations we’re willing to stake our reputation on.
Make purchases with confidence
We’ll keep you informed by telling you what owners are saying, helping you get the best deal and warning you if a better product is on the horizon.
From testing tech support undercover to understanding how buying your own cable modem can free you from recurring fees, our reporting uncovers truths that make life easier.
Save time when problems arise
How We Test and Rate Products
At BESTnetREIEW, our mission is to help you decide which technology products serve you best and to help you make the most of them so you can accomplish your goals.
To help make complex tech-buying decisions easier for our readers, we test and review hundreds of different gadgets, software and services each year, ranging from smartphones, laptops and wearables, audio and home appliances. Here’s how we rate products.
How We Test
Our editorial team rates products with two questions in mind: Is this a good choice for readers, and if so, who should buy it? We’ll tell you whether an alternative is better or worse, and in what ways. We also find out what owners of these products are saying, such as by analyzing user reviews, to further inform your next purchase.
Our reviewers spend quality time using each product to determine how well it works for its target market. We’ll go jogging with a fitness tracker, play the latest titles on a gaming keyboard or browse the web with several tabs.
We also run a bevy of benchmarks and real-world tests, many of which we’ve developed in-house. For instance, our smartphone, tablet and laptop battery test surfs the web over 4G or Wi-Fi, just as you would if you were using these devices at home.
What Our Ratings Mean
On Tom’s Guide, all products are rated on a scale of 1 to 10, where higher is better. Products may also receive an Editors’ Choice award, which marks them as best-in-class. The ratings are as follows; anything rated 4 or below is not recommended:
10 = Practically perfect 9 = Superior 8 = Totally worth it 7 = Very good 6 = Worth considering 5 = Meh 4 = Not worth the money 3 = Buy for an enemy 2 = Fails horribly 1 = Laughably bad
Laptop Mag uses the same rating system, but on a scale of 1 to 5 with half points possible. A product rating of 3.5 stars on Laptop would be equivalent to a 7 on BESTnetREVIEW.
Best Picks and Use-Case Recommendations
Our Best Picks lists don’t just name our top overall picks, but also make specific, tailored recommendations for different scenarios. For example, we pick TVs in different sizes and price ranges and look at drones both for beginners and fliers who want high-quality aerial photography. Ultimately, we judge products based on what they’re trying to accomplish as well as how well they reach their target audience, thus giving shoppers a complete picture of not only whether a product is good or great but whether it’s good or great for them.
No outside party determines what products we review or the content of our reviews. BESTnetREVIEW accepts advertising and enables visitors to purchase the items we evaluate through the use of buy buttons. However, these revenue relationships are handled by the Purch ad-sales and e-commerce teams, and neither they nor advertisers are permitted to influence our coverage.
We accept several forms of advertising, including occasional sponsored content (aka “native advertising”). Paid placements are clearly identified so that our readers can easily tell the difference between a paid promotion and our objective advice.
Who We Are
We’re a team of writers, editors and technology experts that pride ourselves on making your life easier. We love tech, and we’ll recommend the best products for your lifestyle and budget, and cover the most important issues and events that impact you.
Bryan J. Greene, Editor in Chief
Having been obsessed with tech, Bryan J. Greene is responsible for the editorial direction of BESTnetREVIEW and has covered technology for more than 10 years. Bryan became editor-in-chief in 2017 and, since then, has expanded the site’s consumer electronics and software reviews and analysis. Previously, Bryan was reviews editor at Mobile Computing, and his work has appeared in Wired, Popular Science and Inc.