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.
he 13-inch Latitude 7390 2-in-1 is a black-suited version of its consumer counterpart, but with a lot more options for protecting your work.
The $229 Nest Hello video doorbell has features you won't find on other buzzers.
Beer Ripples lets you customize a cold one in under 12 seconds using malt-based ink. Don't worry, your pint may look different, but it'll taste the same.
The Dayton Audio MK402 bookshelf speaker is perfect for budget-conscious music lovers who want big sound.
Sobro's Side Table is part mini fridge, speaker and sleep aid.
Smaller, less expensive and yeah, very much like a Pebble watch: Versa is coming in April for $200. Meanwhile, the Ace is Fitbit's first kid-focused band.
The new Ecobee Switch Plus features built-in sensors for motion, temperature and ambient light, and you can even use it to talk to Alexa.
For its middle-of-the-road gaming-laptop price, this model in the GL503V series delivers a good, but not standout, gaming experience.
Anker has two totally wireless earphones. They're somewhat affordable, but how good are they?
With third-party camera support and remote access, the $119 Gogogate2 lets you stop wondering if you left the garage door open.
A small belt-attached Windows 10 Pro PC and a modular head-mounted display are designed for being easy to use on industrial jobs.
With their secure, comfortable fit and strong sound, the totally wireless Elite 65t gives the AirPods a run for the money.
Play car soccer at home with the Hot Wheels Rocket League RC Rivals set, coming out in 2018. Mattel is also adding video game flair to classic race tracks with the Augmoto augmented reality set. We take both for a spin at the New York Toy Fair.
This slim, light 2-in-1 takes a premium laptop and borrows features from the Galaxy Note 8 phone.
Retro watch faces and weird apps have arrived to make Fitbit Ionic more interesting to wear