These are the top five products c|net readers have been checking out in the last month.
We ran some numbers to see what you guys were most interested in during the past 30 days.
You guys like Phones let's get to it.
Coming in at number 6 is the 2019 GMC Sierra.
Yes I said number 6 and that'll make sense in a little bit.
The Sierra is a massive Truck and it's got a lot of interesting features.
The tailgate can operate in a number of configurations.
They can expand, be used as a step or even a workstation.
When you decide you wanna bring your boat along, check out the infotainment system.
You can define what you're trailing there.
And it even gives you a checklist so you can make sure everything is securely attached.
The infotainment system can also handle Android Auto or Apple Car Play.
Coming in at number 5 is the Apple iPhone 10R The most affordable of the new iPhones the 10R is not yet available.
It has a lot of the features of the fancier iPhone 10s models with a few compromises.Sure it has one real camera and LSD screen but it has a top on line processor, face ID and can handle depth field effects like the other iPhones.
It looks like you guys want to know more about the 10r before choosing a ten model.
At number four is the Sony WH-1000XM3.
These are wireless noise canceling headphones.
The design of the XM3 is more comfortable than the previous version.
Additionally, Sony uses USB-C to charge the WH1000-SM3, instead of micro.
A new microphone system makes these headphones better as a headset.
Noise cancelling matches and may surpass Past that of the industry leaders, Bose.
And here's where the numbering gets a little weird.
At number three is the IPHONE XS MAX, and at number two would be the IPHONE XS.
If you combine them as one phone, they would be number one.
So with all that being said i'm going to lump them together here.
Apple's latest iPhones have definitely grabbed your attention.
The huge MAX packs a 6.5 inch screen.
The largest screen in an iPhone yet.
Otherwise, the two models share a lot of the same features.
Take a look at Apple's own XS compare page.
Lots and lots of the same features.
Both have the A12 processor, true tone display, 3D touch, cameras, and face ID.
I know if I were deciding between the 10s and max I'd be checking out c net's reviews.
Scott and Jess know what they're talking about.
And at number 1 is the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
Similar to the iPhone 10s, you're looking at an investment of around a thousand bucks.
Of course you're researching.
The Note 9 has some great features.
Storage starts at 128 gigabytes.
The new S pen works as a remote.
If the pen runs out of charge, it still operates as a stylus.
The Note 9 has top of the line specs everywhere along with a huge 4,000 milliamp hour battery.
Is the Note 9 for everybody?
Maybe not but it definitely is drawing eyeballs.
That does it for us.
And if you are wondering what number 25 would be on this list that would be the Naked Labs Body Scanner.
Yes, that's a real thick.
I'm Iyaz Akhtar, and I'll see you online.
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