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.
Fans finally have more concrete details about 2019's biggest fighting game.
This $30 wall clock sets itself via your Echo speaker, and gives you an easy way to keep track of your Alexa timers.
The newer, slimmer design for both the 15-inch and 17-inch mainstream Alienware laptops understands our need to get more gaming in less space.
Don’t have time to hit the gym? This tech can take its place.
The $1,495 Mirror displays live and on-demand exercise classes -- and you can keep an eye on your form at the same time.
Peloton’s spin bike is quiet, comfortable and easy to use.
This tech-heavy treadmill actually makes me want to exercise.
The $79 ClassPass Live kit, plus a $19 monthly fee, brings home workouts to your TV.
Nike announced its first self-lacing sneaker that will be worn in the NBA. We got to try them on.
Our resident hockey expert Jeff Bakalar checks out Sense Arena's hybrid Vive VR system designed to train hockey players who want to take the next step.
Plus more HP systems add privacy protecting SmartView screens.
The biggest issue with the XPS 13 gets solved, as does an age-old stylus conundrum.
Also new for CES 2019 are a slim M17 laptop and redesigned G-series gaming systems.
The company's latest tablet and premium-ish MateBook 13 ultraportable come to the US at CES 2019.
This inventive new gaming system is part laptop, part all-in-one desktop.