CNET First Look (HD)
Summary: Get the first look at the hottest products from our expert CNET editors. They'll dive in deep and cover all of the hot features, as well as the flaws of the latest tech gadgets across every product category.
The PowerEgg X is a full-featured aerial video and selfie recording machine.
What if you took features like live view and professional video from Nikon's mirrorless Z line and put them into a D750? You'd get the new Nikon D780, which just debuted at CES in Las Vegas.
New tech uses sound waves to turn metal and plastic into touch interfaces.,
The Charmin Rollbot brings you toilet paper from a smartphone app.
The company also showed a concept roll-down OLED and a screen-filled car.
A fridge that makes gourmet ice, a washer that senses your clothes and sets the proper cycle, and an oven with InstaView highlight LG's CES offerings.
It's got animated effects on the lid, a 1440p screen and a GeForce RTX GPU, all squeezed into a 14-inch notebook.
Thermoelectrics and a water bath can chill a bottle of wine in five minutes.
The Withings ScanWatch has EKG, sleep apnea detection and can even detect AFib.
Alienware pulls a handheld gaming switch with the Concept UFO prototype. This handheld gaming PC looks like a Nintendo Switch for PC gamers.
The Duet and Ori are the PC maker's first steps into doing more with display technologies.
Forget slugging it up the hill in the rain on your eBike. The Wello Veloce wants to bring some French class to urban mobility.
Unbelievably big, bright and beautiful, with a price to match.
The 43-inch 4K TV switches between portrait and landscape to view videos from YouTube, Instagram, Snapchat and TikTok.
It's also the first AIO to offer an Nvidia GeForce RTX graphics option.