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.
During CES 2021, ROG unveiled its newest gaming monitor, the 32-inch PG32UQ.
The enhanced QLED models come in 4K and 8K resolutions.
It's a television designed to look like a picture on the wall.
This personal electric vehicle fits in my smallest backpack. Here's what it's like to ride.
The Vizio Elevate is a Dolby Atmos soundbar, which offers great sound and surprising, revolving speakers.
David Carnoy goes hands-on with Apple's newest and priciest headphones ever. Can the Airpods Max really be worth $549?
Apple has a brand-new pair of headphones called the AirPods Max. They have active noise cancellation, a transparency mode, spatial audio and surround sound. We dive into everything we know about these $549 headphones.
This 13-inch Windows tablet folds into a mini laptop and more.
Mario Kart AR coasters, Yoshi treasure hunts and a wearable power band. It's all coming soon, despite COVID-19.
The entry level models from Apple, Amazon and Google each make for a good smart home starting point. We pit them head to head to head to find out which one is the best for your household.
The most affordable Samsung with full-array local dimming has an excellent picture.
The Cuzen Matcha machine grinds and whisks a fresh cup of green matcha tea with no fuss. Take a chill tour on how to brew a cup of calm.
You have a few options if you want to talk to Siri, Alexa or Google Assistant while you drive.
These three new systems running on Apple silicon, the MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and Mac Mini, speed past their predecessors -- but not without caveats for early adopters.
If you love tinkering with computers, you'll love the Raspberry Pi 400. It works great for basic tasks or as a secondary computer. It may be a bit pokey in some respects, but when you hear the price, you won't complain.