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.
The iCade Mobile may not be enough to turn your iDevice into a PlayStation Vita, but would you settle for a Game Gear? Ion's bluetooth gaming accessory has its limits.
The 15-inch Sony Vaio S does gaming, Blu-ray, and a lot more, all while being thin and light.
The LG Flatron IPS235V remains affordable, while hitting the performance mark.
The Lifeproof case for iPhone 4/4S keeps your device safe and sealed against water, snow, dirt, and bumps.
As the third and most expensive Panasonic LED TV CNET has reviewed this year, the WT50 came with high expectations.
Sony's 11-inch AMD ultraportable is thicker than many 13-inch laptops, but a lot less expensive.
The mid-level Android 2.3 Gingerbread costs just $29.99 without sacrificing essential features.
Most gamers would change very little about Digital Storm's preconfigured Ode V2 Level 4.
Onkyo's midrange AV receiver is packed with 8 HDMI inputs and a superlow street price of $410. What's the catch?
Microsoft has reinvented the way you interact with Microsoft Office with touch-screen support, a simpler interface, and one-click controls.
For Nikon devotees looking for the fastest body available, the D4 delivers.
The Vizio XVT3D580CM is a unique widescreen television designed to appeal to videophiles but doesn't quite make it.
The Kodak EasyShare Z5010 is an easy-to-use 21x zoom camera that offers good snapshot quality and an excellent value.
With an agreeable $100 sticker price, the new Motorola Atrix HD offers fast dual-core power, a big and bright 4.5-inch screen, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, plus 4G LTE in a very attractive package.
The ultrabook-like HP Envy Sleekbook 6 is the sharpest-looking $599 laptop you're likely to find, although you'll pay a performance premium.