The following websites are a combination of customer review aggregators and professional reviews from online magazines. Read reviews on a variety of products, such as electronics, computers, sporting goods, home and garden, health and beauty, clothing, shoes, toys, and baby products.
Compare prices from different online retailers and find customer ratings of online stores.
Reviews for products and services with a business focus, from phone systems to software to benefits packages.
Collects and analyzes reviews from real people, not paid reviewers, from a wide range of categories to help you with the decision-making process.
Electronics related reviews by experts from Cnet.
ConsumerSearch product-review editors pick the best electronics, appliances and services by comparing professional product reviews (like the ones you’d find at Consumer Reports or CNET) with consumer reviews (like those at Amazon.com and Epinions) to separate the top-rated from the duds.
Public service guide with over 2000 of the most useful consumer resources, including price checker, bargains, directories, news and blogs.
“Epinions.com helps you make informed buying decisions. It is a premier source for unbiased advice, personalized recommendations, and comparative shopping” on a variety of products such as cars, books, movies, music, computers, electronics, home and garden, etc.
FindTheBest has “unbiased, data-driven comparisons” of all sorts of products. They obtain their information from three sources: Public databases, primary sources (manufacturer websites) and expert sources.
Reviews from Good Housekeeping Magazine.
PC World Product Reviews
From PC World Magazine, reviews on electronics such as cameras, desktops, hard drives, laptops, phones, etc.
Product reviews on almost anything you can name. “With 2 million monthly users and nearly 500,000 registered members, Viewpoints.com is the second largest user reviews site among those that focus on product reviews.”
Research and reviews of gadgets by Brian, “The Wirecutter.”
Reviews from Wired Magazine, mostly technology-related.