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.
The A51 features a 6.5-inch display, four rear cameras and an octa-core processor -- all for $400.
Thanks to built-in Wi-Fi in a much smaller body, the August Wi-Fi Smart Lock proves itself as the best retrofit smart lock.
The TiVo Stream 4K is one of the cheapest and best ways to get Android TV on your television.
Microsoft's mini Surface returns with a bigger screen and more power.
Lenovo and Google put together an inexpensive 10-inch Chrome device that's part mini-laptop and part Android tablet.
With a new Magic Keyboard, more storage and updated CPUs, the 13-inch MacBook Pro is no longer the odd man out.
Starting at $800, the company's top consumer drone flies longer and farther, and is smarter than ever.
We put JBL's new Bluetooth portable party speaker up against Ultimate Ears jumbo wireless speaker. This is the heavyweight championship of Bluetooth speakers and someone's gotta win.
The two new premium phones are what many of us have wanted from Motorola for a long time.
The new iPhone SE looks like an iPhone 8 but works like Apple's top-of-the line iPhone 11 Pro. It costs only $399.
Make Amazon's assistant say whatever you want with a custom skill. We walk you through the steps here.
Sega Genesis, SNES Classic? Here's an even rarer new retro console to check out.
With its first true wireless earbuds -- and first new headphones in a while -- Harman Kardon delivers strong performance for its price class.
OnePlus' flagship phones are pricier than years past, but they feature 5G and liquid-smooth displays. So are they still worth it if they're still cheaper than the Galaxy S20?
With an Intel Core i-series processor and great build quality, this is one of the nicest two-in-one Chromebooks around and it has a price to match.