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.
It's a midrange phone with features not available in flagships.
With a new fabric-bodied design and noticeably better sound, Amazon's latest Echo Dot is its best yet -- but can it blunt Google's momentum?
The company's first TV with 8K resolution looks great in person, but not because of all those pixels.
Google's new $599 tablet can be a Chromebook, too, when you add its keyboard and pen accessories.
Using a combination of machine learning and excellent hardware, Google's newest phones take on Apple and Samsung's flagships.
Watch videos, listen to music, search the web and control your smart home from a single screen with the Google Home Hub.
It packs Amazon Alexa and an AI-powered camera that makes chats more cinematic.
The retail giant revamped its smart display, adding smart home controls, better sound quality and keeping the price at $230.
HP's Omen Mindframe drops the temperature almost immediately.
The wallet-friendly phone has a big, notched screen and two rear cameras.
Should you get Fitbit's latest, and how is it different from the Fitbit Versa? A few key extras stand out.
The $99 Ace is a blender that heats food as well as blending it, which makes it great for things like soups and baby food.
Real hands, LCD screen. We try it out.
You'll find a notched 5.8-inch screen, two rear cameras and reliable specs.
LG's ultra-premium phone has an additional wide-angle and telephoto lens, two front cameras and tons of photo tools.