When thinking about meters...accuracy and consistency has more to do with the test strip brand than the meter style (all meters that use a given strip brand will provide similar results).
For a couple of years, I had been using Bayer's Contour Next USB for a meter. In 2015, Consumer Reports rated meters for accuracy and consistency and the Contour Next was #3 on their list. Diabetes Daily reposted the list which can be seen at https://www.diabetesdaily.com/blog/2015/06/consumer-reports-glucose-meter-ratings-2015/ Even the original Consumer Reports article does not show results beyond their top 10 recommended meters.
Earlier this year my insurance dropped all BG testing brands except One Touch from their formulary list and I was forced to switch to a One Touch Ultra Mini with One Touch Ultra Blue test strips. I tried performing simultaneous tests with both meters as I was running out of the Bayer strips. I had wild results from One Touch (in the Consumer Reports test, no meter from One Touch even made the top 10). I called One Touch customer service and they said differences like I was seeing between the two meters is normal and you can't expect comparable readings from different meters, even if they are both testing from the same blood sample.
For 2 months I was seeing BG readings all over the place, constantly chasing highs and lows. Fortunately I was able to change insurance companies with my government insurance and got back on the Bayer meter. INSTANTLY my numbers were stable again, even though I had not changed anything else in terms of medications, eating patterns or excercise.
Bottom line, I would not trust any meter/strips from One Touch unless you have no other choice.