In our very first episode (or 143rd, depending on how you're counting), we host a quick tour of the CNET Labs, take an iPad speed-typing test, and perform some live 2D vs. 3D laptop benchmarks.
We go hands-on with the latest arrivals in the CNET Lab, including some new laptops and iPad cases.
A Netbook, a camera, and a gaming laptop are our live on-air hardware demos for this week.
Ty demos Sony's 3D visor, which we've dubbed the "Headman," while Scott shows us the OnLive Desktop, bringing cloud PC computing to the iPad.
We discuss our personal tech hits and misses of 2011, then move on to what'll showcase at CES 2012.
We ask the crew what they bought on Black Friday, and then browse a selection of Cyber Monday/Cyber Week deals on laptops and TVs, suggesting which ones to avoid, no matter the price.
Bid a fond farewell to our hands-on product podcast with the last-ever weekly CNET Labscast.
Along with the rest of the weekly CNET Live shows, this is our final outing in this current form. Fortunately we've saved the best for last, with a testy buy-it-or-wait laptop debate, everyone's picks for best gadget ever, and a few final shoutouts to the chat room loyalists.
We blow up some text on the iPad 2 and new iPad 3 to compare, check out some big new ultrabooks, and marvel at a huge 80-inch TV.
This week, we check out some new ultrabook laptops that are blurring the definition of this growing category, then David Carnoy shows off his favorite iPad 3 cases, and we close with some hands-on tips for playing the incredibly popular tablet game Draw Something.