CNET First Look (HD)
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.
With AMD and Intel inside, these 16-inch models will please gamers and creators.
At the Meta Store in Burlingame, California, visitors can test Meta's Portal video chat hardware, Ray-Ban Stories smart glasses and Quest 2 virtual reality headsets. The store opens May 9.
From a 2-pound powerhouse to a 16-inch for creatives, Lenovo has a premium Slim laptop on the way to match your workload.
Disney has a new interactive wearable coming to Disneyland and Disney World theme parks. Bridget Carey gets a demo of MagicBand+ and the new Bounty Hunting mission at Star Wars Galaxy's Edge.
This ambitious robot assistant is one of the first of its kind. But Amazon still needs to smooth out a lot of Astro's kinks.
The $500 Moto G Stylus 5G is a solid option with a few annoyances.
Want a phone under $500? Apple and Samsung have two affordable devices with great features. We put the specs head-to-head.
Walk with us through the highlights from Sony's demo space in New York.
Check out our first impressions of the most highly anticipated TV technology in years.
The Mac Studio and Studio Display are a powerful, pricey pair.
Don't call it an e-bike.
We unbox the new green iPhone 13 and alpine green iPhone 13 Pro and let you know whether you should buy either, only six months into the annual iPhone refresh cycle.
A new electric moped, new scooters and the company's first electric skateboard have been revealed.
Our first demo with the second-gen AR headset has reality-dimming tricks and a wider field of view. Here's what it felt like.
The Cana One beverage printer makes most popular drinks without shipping water or wasting packaging.