I'm currently using a Monoprice Maker Select ($400). It's quite reliable and quite easy. I'd definitely recommend it to newcomers to 3d printing.
The Monoprice Select Mini is very easy to use and cheap, although the print bed is pretty small.
I would highly recommend the Monoprice Select Mini Pro over the standard version, as for $10 you get higher ...
Size. The smaller the better... This means ink jet or the equivalent; every other technology makes the printer significantly bigger. A review of the best portable printers shows hardware costs for portable A4/8.5x11" printers much higher than non-portable printers; you can get a good laser printer for US$73 FOB US Destination (more detail) that's only 14" ...
A Gemini (review) (review) with Debian or Sailfish installed
a PinePhone (shipping now for early adopters)
a PineTab (Real Soon Now)
a DIY tablet based on a https://www.pine64.org/rockpro64/ with exactly the display, battery, and case you prefer (I've used cigar boxes)
A Pi-based DIY handheld
Installing the /e/ OS on 89 different phones of ...
Dell Latitude E-6410
I use the E-6410 myself. A wonderful, durable, very convenient laptop for almost any Linux distribution. Keyboard backlight, matte display, titanium case - what else is needed? A corporate series laptop, so choose with a webcam (it is not ...
The PineBook 64 Pro is available for preordered delivery in October, is listed for $199 and has these features:
CPU: 64-Bit Dual-Core ARM 1.8GHz Cortex A72 and Quad-Core ARM 1.4GHz Cortex A53
GPU: Quad-Core MALI T-860
RAM: 4 GB LPDDR4 Dual Channel System DRAM Memory
Flash: 64 GB eMMC 5.0
Wireless: WiFi 802.11AC + Bluetooth 5.0
One USB 3.0 ...
Since you didn't specify an exact budget and were willing to accept a few substitutions, along with the huge variety of choices and preferences it seems best to suggest websites that have what you want; and can click checkboxes for features and sort of a few preferences. These are all in the UK:
There's a few ...
If you're looking for "cheap" and "reliable", you probably want the Prusa i3 Mk3S ($750 in kit form or $1000 pre-built). If you're willing to purchase a second-hand printer, the Prusa i3 Mk3 and Mk2.5 have almost all the user-friendlyness features of the Mk3S. There are plenty of cheaper 3D printers, but if you hang out on 3D-printer discussion forums, you'...
You could probably find a used Samsung Gear S2 in great condition for around $45 to $75, I know I have.
Take a look at Craigslist or your local similar sites.
The Samsung Gear S2 is a great watch that is programmable through Samsung Developers and has a lot of downloadable apps and watch faces to choose from.