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.
Ten CNET editors. One office. Ten new Lazer Tag Blasters. We run through the halls to test out Hasbro's latest iOS-friendly version of Lazer Tag. Will it hold up? Will we hold up?
The Samsung Galaxy S Lightray 4G features a retractable antenna, and is the first product with the ability to pick up local, live TV channels, a service called Dyle.
Toshiba's L7200U LED TV comes loaded with features, but mediocre picture quality makes its high price tough to stomach.
Nokia's unlocked Symbian phone would be an odd choice for most Americans, but the stunning camera demands notice.
The 21x zoom Samsung WB850F packs quite the feature punch. If you want a connected compact camera, definitely check it out.
The Samsung SyncMaster T27B750 is the TV/monitor followup to the T27A950 from 2011.
Though it runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread, the T-Mobile MyTouch from Huawei has a 5-megapixel camera, 4-inch display, and Genius Button for voice activation.
With the release of new features like AirPlay mirroring and a dedicated Hulu Plus app, the Apple TV is now a must-have gadget for any Apple fan.
As far as really inexpensive headphones go, you're not going to do too much better than the Panasonic RP-HT21s.
There's nothing wrong with this new 14-inch ultrabook...but there's nothing that exciting, either. From price to features, it's all pretty gray for this steel-colored laptop.
Microsoft's new Outlook.com e-mail brings a starkly beautiful design, a user-friendly interface, and a wealth of new features. CNET's Kent German gives you a guided tour in our First look video.
The supersize Nintendo 3DS XL is a solid portable gaming device, but its thin game library keeps it from being a must-buy for existing 3DS owners and newcomers alike.
Taking a bold step into the PC market, the Vizio CT14 is a fresh take on the 14-inch ultrabook, held back by some first-gen jitters.
If a big screen is never big enough for your tastes, the Galaxy Note's 5.3-inch, stylus-friendly display is up your alley.
Budget desktops might not be all that exciting, but the Gateway SX2870-UR10P slim tower shows you can still find a worthwhile day-to-day PC for under $500.