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 an ultrabook. It's a tablet. It's both! Toshiba's funky sliding laptop makes its debut in time for Windows 8.
$50 is a good price to pay for a no-contract phone that you'll use mainly to text and call.
The $99.99 Motorola Defy XT Android smartphone for U.S. Cellular is rugged enough to survive water, dust, and drops despite its small size.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 4G LTE tablet is the cellular version of the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 released earlier in 2012.
The latest generation of Mercedes-Benz vehicles features a new array in-dash apps for Facebook, Yelp, and Google. We take *a* close look at how well it works.
The Sonos Connect adds streaming digital audio to any stereo system. The Sonos Connect:Amp provides streaming digital audio to any room--you just need to supply the speakers.
The Samsung NX210's raw photos and the shooting experience it provides distinguish it from interchangeable-lens competitors, but it's slower than it should be and JPEG photos don't match the rest of the field.
Is screaming out plays to your Xbox 360 the future of football? We look at what's new in the console and handheld versions of this year's game.
Equipped with Android 4.0, a nice, dual-core processor, bright screen, plus an ultra-thin size, the $199.99 Motorola Electrify 2 is a tempting proposition on U.S. Cellular.
The Panasonic TC-P50U50 lacks Smart TV, 3D, and other bells and whistles, but a low price and excellent picture quality make it an outstanding value.
The $550 Acer Aspire V5-171-6867 is a budget-shopper's dream, provided you can live with a compromised battery life.
If you need maximum screen size at a minimum price, this basic 17-inch Dell Inspiron 17R is powerful enough for everyday tasks.
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100's compact, elegant design; generally excellent photo quality; bright, fast lens; and speedy performance make a great package if you don't mind spending a little more money.
Equipped with Android 4.0 and a slideout four-row keyboard, the Kyocera Rise from Sprint is a midrange handset for messaging enthusiasts.
Students looking for a lot of horsepower for not much money should check out the Acer Aspire V3 for its under-the-hood quad-core processor...but it won't appeal to everybody.