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.
BB-8 has a new friend. Meet D-O, the coolest Star Wars toy droid going on sale for Triple Force Friday on Oct. 4. The interactive, app-controlled droid is a self-balancing wheel packed with animations. It also comes with a few games and reacts to motion and loud noises. And it plays fetch with its own toy ball. This Hasbro toy is exclusively at Target for $150.
Mario Kart Tour is a super accessible version of the Nintendo classic game. Its controls, however, feel overly generous and it's multiple currency systems are nothing short of bewildering.
Samsung's latest fitness-focused smartwatch is the Galaxy Watch Active 2. Let's see how it compares to the original Galaxy Watch Active.
Bridget Carey feels the burn in an early demo of Nintendo's new exercise game for the Switch, Ring Fit Adventure. It's a fantasy quest. It's a workout machine. It's quirky Nintendo at its healthiest. The game comes out Oct. 18 for $80.
Though it doesn't have a cool pop-up selfie camera like the OnePlus 7 Pro, OnePlus' second flagship of the year is cheaper and retains key high-end specs. Read CNET's OnePlus 7T review at https://cnet.co/2mwqJsY
Amazon's home speaker lineup gets a better-sounding speaker and a Dot with a clock.
The new Echo Loop lets users talk to a ring to activate Alexa.
We try on Amazon's new Alexa-compatible smart glasses.
Amazon's new Echo Buds are noise-canceling and Alexa-compatible.
Will Spotify, Alexa, and added coaching be the answer? We break down what's new with Fitbit this fall.
The JBL Link Bar is an excellent performing sound bar but the Google Assistant component is really laggy.
OnePlus finally has a 5G phone in the US.
We can finally show you everything you'd ever want to know about what it's like to hold and play games on the Nintendo Switch Lite. And after some time with Nintendo's new portable-only console, we're surprised at what we learned.
Taking a page from Nintendo's NES and SNES Classic consoles, the Sega Genesis Mini is the perfect blend of value, game library and near-flawless emulation. There's not much to complain about unless you really wanted to play Boogerman. That game's not in here.
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