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.
Sure it has Alexa and a new remote with TV controls, but Amazon's streamer is also the least expensive to handle Dolby's high dynamic range video format.
Apple's tiny computer gets its first update in four years. The new MacOS device has new quad- and six-core Intel CPUs and starts at $799.
Apple's latest iPad gets an all-new design, including a slimmer bezel, Face ID and a Liquid Retina display.
We go hands-on with Apple's latest laptop, which comes with a new Retina display, and a new Touch ID sensor on the keyboard. #appleevent #macbook #macbookair
The OnePlus 6T is the first widely available phone in the US to have a fingerprint-on-display. But to do so, it abandons the headphone jack.
It's truly unlike any other phone you can buy today.
A new range of outdoor smart lights from Philips Hue seeks to light up your home's exterior. We tested all of them at the CNET Smart Home.
The two-in-one detachable PC uses Qualcomm's mobile compute platform for great battery life and fast Gigabit LTE wireless.
The year’s most unusual laptop has two screens and no physical keyboard or touchpad.
The $550 Dyson Airwrap styles your hair with lower heat and air, but doesn't always get it right.
Bring the classic arcade cabinet home with Arcade1Up's build-it-yourself machines. CNET's Bridget Carey takes Street Fighter II for a spin.
Two weeks or more on a charge, and nearly a full day when using GPS.
Three cameras, face and fingerprint sensors, and its back can turn into a wireless charger.
We go hands on with the all-new version of Amazon's popular E Ink e-reader, which finally has a new look and new features.
Backed by Google's vast ecosystem and equipped with a first-class camera, the Pixel 3 and 3 XL are one of the best Android phones of the year.