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.
The trackpad support is great but you may not need this upgrade.
A first look at the Ergatta digital rower and subscription service that makes workouts a competition with others.
A great laptop deal returns for $999, but the new keyboard is an even bigger win.
The Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2 add active noise-canceling, improved battery life and and killer sound.
Everyone has their preference for the best smart assistant, but which one is the friendliest? We set up a blind dating game to determine which one will be my new best friend.
Future phone cameras may check to see if you're alive before logging you in. I tried Trinamix' tech for myself.
A demo of Spatial's reality-blending VR/AR telepresence app is a hint of where 5G is heading for WFH.
They may look very similar to the original Galaxy Buds on the outside, but changes on the inside meaning better sound, battery life and headset performance when making calls.
The combat and visuals made me feel like I was 10 years old again.
We go hands-on with AT&T's newest TV service.
Samsung's most advanced camera ever comes with envelope-pushing skills, but it will be overkill for many.
The V60 ThinQ is 5G ready.
Ultimate Ears' jumbo portable Bluetooth speaker packs serious punch and actually sounds like a real speaker.
The Chinese company has refreshed its MateBook X Pro with a snazzy green. It's also made a powerful speaker and a 5G tablet with a stylus, and they'll all be available in Europe.
Andrew takes the Mate XS out and about on a dreary London afternoon.