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 like Google Glass is back again.
While Brewie offers lots of detailed customization and accurate temps, you're on your own for fermentation, carbonation and serving.
From lattes to drip and tea, Ninja's super flexible coffee maker does plenty.
If you're a cord-cutter these are the things you need to know before buying a digital video recorder.
With superior light output and superb local dimming, the Q9 takes the LCD crown from Sony and Vizio. But can it beat LG's OLED TVs?
Like ET meets Short Circuit, this Transformers spin-off is packed with '80s-tastic adventure.
Somewhere between Google Pixel Slate and the iPad Pro is my dream computer. But Google’s expensive 2-in-1 isn’t worth the splurge.
This animated adventure is all heart.
The fine-tuned premium convertible's updated design adds more functionality, making this tough to beat if you can afford it.
These are the first truly wireless earphones that sound like premium headphones -- but they aren't cheap.
Xiaomi Mi Mix 3's slider is the best solution I’ve seen to maximizing screen space.
Brava’s $995 countertop oven uses visible and nonvisible light to cook multiple foods at once.
Other Google Assistant smart displays look better or sound better and LG's costs more for some reason.
This slim 13-inch laptop can scale up to a 4K display and Nvidia MX150 graphics.
The Sonos Amp offers dynamic performance in a compact package with plenty of flexibility for both home theater and streaming-music fans.