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.
Lenovo's Windows RT tablet comes attached to a keyboard that can easily make itself scarce.
Lenovo's laptop-tablet Windows 8 hybrid takes a simple approach, but is a clever hinge enough?
The ThinkPad Edge Twist breathes some new life into the rotating hinge convertible laptop.
A well-designed tablet may help Lenovo stand out from other Atom-powered Windows 8 tablets.
The LG Escape delivers what you need from an Android phone, but it won't amaze you either.
U.S. Cellular's ZTE Render is a Windows Phone 7 handset with midrange specs and a reasonable price.
The dual-core Mach manages to keep a slim profile for a keyboard phone.
Slot in your smartphone, load up a game, and use the mini joysticks, buttons, and triggers to surge, swoop, and spin.
The LG Optimus L9 from T-Mobile boasts a 1GHz dual-core processor and Android 4.0
Q' stands for QWERTY in this portrait-style prepaid Android phone.
T-Mobile's first Windows 8 phone riffs off the Nokia Lumia 820.
The iPod Nano packs an impressive selection of features into an incredibly small design, but its appeal is overshadowed by Apple's entry-level iPod Touch.
This detachable-screen hybrid is the first of many similar systems coming with the launch of Windows 8, combining the features of a tablet and a traditional laptop.
CNET goes hands-on with the first-ever touch-screen hotspot.
Lightweight, with a nice portrait keyboard, this simple QWERTY phone brings fast, furious texting to Cricket for less.