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.
Nvidia just raised the bar for Android TV. The company has debuted a Shield TV and TV Pro, bringing along high-quality streaming 4K video with support for the latest in HDR and surround sound formats.
Huawei is banned from using Android and that also applies to its sub-brand Honor. But the 9X just managed to squeeze in before the ban went into effect.
Just get ready for a little sticker shock if you want to actually type or draw with it.
If Samsung's foldable phone doesn't do it for you, TCL hopes its gigantic prototype will.
With seven different Roku models to pick from, with prices from $30 up, here's how to choose the one for you
The Lite versus the original Switch... there's no clear choice of a "perfect" Nintendo console anymore.
The Google Pixel 4 has one of the best cameras around. But with limited storage and plenty of affordable Android alternatives, this phone and the Pixel 4 XL are just too expensive.
That may be faint praise, but it's still an overall excellent update with a new S Pen stylus.
Google's latest phones have a new industrial design, improved cameras, 90Hz displays and a slew of unique features like car-crash detection.
Google's new mesh access points are smart speakers, too. Here's your first look.
Google's smallest smart speaker is back with a new name, machine learning, Ultrasound Sensing and the same $49 price tag. Let's take a look.
Google's new Chromebook gives up on tablets, and just aims to be a better laptop
The latest Solo is one of the more comfortable and better sounding wireless on-ear headphones to hit the market.
No other TV can beat this combination of picture quality, smarts and price.
The Samsung HW-Q70R is a Dolby Atmos soundbar system that gives an exceptional performance of your movie collection.