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.
For a full-size headphone the BackBeat Go 600 is very light -- and sounds decent, too.
Discrete graphics options, brighter displays and built-in LTE boost HP's lineup for the fall.
The premium convertibles and clamshells start at $750, but have the look and feel of pricier models.
Willow is a an unconventional breast pump that puts the entire pumping apparatus inside two gadgets you can wear inside your clothing.
At $150, these sunglasses with a camera are pretty pricey.
This Surface-style slate packs in liquid cooling and an Nvidia GPU.
The Asus Blue Cave smart router is the whole package, with style, speed, security and all the customization options you could want.
The Black & Decker 6 Quart Pressure Cooker can't quite do all that an Instant Pot can
This $2,000 slide-in range is a solid, good-looking appliance.
It's still $249, but this next-gen Nest Learning Thermostat has a few new tricks.
The Samsung HW-N550 offers a big sound and a decent feature set for an affordable price.
New low-cost laptops don't skimp on features or design.
The Whirlpool URB551WNGZ is a nice-looking compact-sized fridge designed to squeeze into cramped kitchens -- but the cooling power left us, well, cold.
This $100 garage door control system works with Google and Alexa, but falls short of being the perfect smart garage kit.
The $1,600 Samsung NE59M6850's best feature is the Flex Duo insert, which creates a double oven in which you can cook separate dishes at different temperatures.