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.
Stuck between a budget model and a high-end, feature-filled model, this middle Asus Zenbook is a slim, slick ultrabook, but also a tough sell.
Don't let the tiny size fool you. Good design keeps the eco-friendly Renue from feeling too small.
The BlackBerry Curve 9310 sports a 3.2 megapixel camera, the BlackBerry 7.1 OS, and the trademark portrait QWERTY keyboard.
While their sound and design may not appeal to everyone, the Panasonic RP-HTX7s are excellent entry-level over-the-ear headphones that are a good bargain.
The Toshiba Satellite U845W has an extrawide 21:9 screen and Harman-Kardon speakers, but no DVD or Blu-ray player. The screen is a novelty act that offers some benefits, but it's really no better than your standard laptop for most uses.
Packed with features, the Asus PA248Q truly satisfies. Watch Eric Franklin detail said satisfaction.
Very good picture quality and an extremely aggressive price make the Vizio M3D0KD one of the best LED TV values on the market.
The design could use a few tweaks, but as a waterproof iPhone case, the Tech 21 Submariner will serve you well.
Samsung's DA-E760 wireless audio dock handles AirPlay and Bluetooth, and looks good doing it. But is it enough to justify its luxury price?
Built to military specs, Sprint's Kyocera DuraXT is designed to withstand that elements and is dust-, splash-, and water-proof
The LG PM9700 is the company's best plasma television to date, but it's still a long way behind the competition at the price.
Bitdefender's Total Security 2013 gives you a full-on secure browser from which to safely conduct your banking transactions.
The latest version of Mac OS X comes with more than 200 new features that make several actions easier and make it more connected to your other Apple devices.
The Asus Zenbook UX32A is much less expensive than previous Asus ultrabooks, but it keeps the same sharp design.
The $459 Sony Xperia S brings a striking design, Android 4.0, and entertainment prowess to American shores.