id="cnetReview" section="rvwBody"> For $45, the Wi-Fi-equipped Brita Infinity pitcher promises to keep track of how much water is passing through the filter. Once the filter is about spent, it'll go ahead and automatically order a replacement from Amazon that'll arrive at your doorstep just when you need it.<br> <br> <br> <br> How to choose the right shower filter for your home<br> <br> Different types of filters work better to remove different types of contaminants, so you'll want to check out what's in your water and decide what's most important for you. Another thing to keep in mind is that while the initial purchase might not be that expensive, you'll typically need to replace the filter every six months. So, you should factor that cost in too while looking at your shower filter budget.<br> <br> <br> <br> Unlike the CrazyCap and the Larq, the Mahaton bottle doesn't have an additional purification setting for bodies of water that might contain more contaminants, such as streams and other sources of groundwater. For that reason, I'd recommend only using the Mahaton bottle with indoor sources of water unless the company releases a new bottle with an additional setting. <br> <br> <br> <br> Tyler Lizenby/CNET 3. Clear the brushes and wheels<br> <br> On any robot vacuum, the first surfaces to come into contact with floor-borne dirt are its wheels and brushes. Dust and debris builds up around them as they rotate. Items such as string and hair are particularly challenging to these spinning parts. 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In practice, it isn't all that precise, and more than anything seems designed to get people to buy new filters more often than they would out of habit alone. It certainly isn't something that anyone needs, but it might make a decent gift for a friend who's picky about filtered water.<br> <br> <br> <br> Andrew Hoyle/CNET Further down the road, I passed this tiny cottage. By climbing up a small hill nearby, I captured not only the cottage, but also the car as it faced the road curving away into the distance. The foreboding clouds certainly lend a sense drama and atmosphere that was absent on the first day when I had empty blue skies. <br> <br> <br> <br> Andrew Hoyle/CNET I set out to see whether a phone camera can capture a journey like this as well as my DSLR could have and I genuinely think it's a close-run thing. I was seriously impressed with the images I shot with the iPhone and there were many images that I couldn't tell whether they were taken with the phone or the professional camera. That's not something I'd imagine saying even a year ago. <br> <br> <br> <br> Tyler Lizenby/CNET Dash Rapid Cold Brew System<br> <br> The $129 Dash Rapid is part of a new wave of fast cold-brew coffee makers. It uses an electric pump to create internal vacuum pressure. This pressure causes water to circulate between a glass carafe, through coffee grounds within a filter chamber and back. The machine runs the loop continuously during the brewing process. Afterwards, in as little as 5 minutes, brewed coffee returns to the Dash's carafe. As cold brew goes, what the Dash makes has a bit of a weak taste. 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