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.
Insignia and Toshiba both make inexpensive TVs built to stream Netflix, Hulu and, of course, Amazon Prime video, and they're great choices for big-time Alexa fans.
With no physical buttons or ports and a screen that can sense your fingerprint anywhere, this is what phones may soon be like.
Code Jumper is a physical coding language that teaches children who are blind or visually impaired how to program.
There are lots and lots of bad toaster ovens out there that don't deserve a spot on your countertop -- here's how to pick out a good one.
Four new trackers, ranging from $70 to $160: We get an up-close look on our wrists.
Five cameras and killer battery life make Samsung's phone shine.
The new Asus Zephyrus GX701 features the powerful new Nvidia RTX 2080 Max Q graphics card.
SmartThings may have expanded to Samsung TVs and fridges, but it still has a lot of glitches to work out.
Anker's Soundcore Liberty Air true wireless earphones cost half the price of Apple's AirPods and are superior in some ways.
HMD's Nokia 3.1 Plus and Nokia 2 V are under $200 Android phones aiming to win over low-cost phone shoppers.
It also packs a 48-megapixel camera and true edge-to-edge screen.
Fans finally have more concrete details about 2019's biggest fighting game.
This $30 wall clock sets itself via your Echo speaker, and gives you an easy way to keep track of your Alexa timers.
The newer, slimmer design for both the 15-inch and 17-inch mainstream Alienware laptops understands our need to get more gaming in less space.
Don’t have time to hit the gym? This tech can take its place.