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.
Adding Alexa commands to a microwave is an obvious next step for the kitchen, and this affordable AmazonBasics model makes it accessible to almost anyone.
The Amazon Fire TV Recast offers a fun and easy way to stream over-the-air TV around your home.
The company's first consumer-electronics product is a $600 wireless headphone designed for binge-watchers with multiple viewing devices and deep pockets.
Tovala's second-generation smart steam oven is a $349 meal-kit wizard.
Big dumb fun is even better when you add a tornado to the mix.
Here's what we know and what we don't.
Facebook’s Portal Plus and Portal smart displays connect you with friends and family — even when you live far away.
This is one of the best looking throwback consoles yet.
Look out for this refresh on the Galaxy S10, too.
The Klipsch Reference R-51M offers excellent performance in a small, affordable bookshelf speaker
Switching between a tablet and a phone, the FlexPai can fold, bend and snap together with its flexible screen.
The Yamaha MusicCast Bar 400 is an excellent performer with a bunch of handy features, but it's frustratingly short of greatness.
Apple adds almost everything on our MacBook Air wishlist.
Apple's iPad Pro is now more like the iPhone X, but it’s not necessarily everything you might expect.
Kohler's $1,200 Alexa-enabled mirror is one pricey piece of bathroom tech.