CNET First Look (SD)
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.
We love its sleek looks and Roku TV operating system, but other TVs have better image quality for the money.
Casio, Diesel and Skagen all announced new smartwatches that run on Google's new watch OS.
This redesign of the PC maker's sub-$1,000 gamer is slimmer and lighter for travel, but easier for desktop use, too.
Explore this up-close look at Harry Potter's magical home as brought to life in this 6,020-piece Lego set.
Smart lights, smart switches, smart... mirror? Hue's been awfully busy this summer.
You don't need 33 million pixels, but maybe you want them anyway.
New digital features bring the camera up to date for modern creatives.
Listen to Spotify and connect your PlayStation 4 to the internet with just one device.
With an extreme ThinkPad, a clamshell Yoga and a trio of Chromebooks, Lenovo wants a spot on your holiday shopping list.
Another take on the dual-screen laptop concept, this time with two different types of screen.
The phone represents the company's hitherto unknown playful side.
With displays that can fold and flex, what does the future have in store for phones?
Samsung's new smartwatch elevates its health and fitness tracking and brings more options for women, but misses one key feature.
Johnson Controls' $319 GLAS is a pricey smart thermostat with some neat bonus features.
After shooting with it for a few hours, I'm almost sold.