The Top Tech of CES awards — the best gear and gadgets, the coolest smartphones, the hottest electronics. When Digital Trends’ editors set out to select the cream of the crop from the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show, we knew it wouldn’t be easy. The show boasts over 2 million square feet of exhibit floor space and over 50,000 exhibitors, after all: The annual event is awesome, and astonishing … and at the end of the day, overwhelming.
To find the winners, our editors spent weeks talking to manufacturers and reviewing products ahead of the annual gadgetfest, sifting through the cornucopia of electronics gear announcements to highlight not just the newest stuff but the truly exceptional. Throughout the year, The Digital Trends Awards highlight the best of the best — in Las Vegas, at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, the Top Tech of CES 2015 awards showcase the truly outstanding.
Products are selected based on multiple criteria, including use of innovative technology, design, ease of use, and their ability to enhance people’s lives in new ways.
After multiple press conferences and days at the show, we’ll choose multiple finalists across different product categories. And then our editors gather, argue, debate, discuss, and even arm wrestle before settling on the best of the best.Awards will be issued across the following categories:
- Cool Tech
- Digital Home (Kitchen, Bath, Home Automation)
We will also give away a Best in Show award to the most interesting piece of tech at CES.
To be considered for the Digital Trends Top Tech of CES awards, products must be aimed at regular folks (not businesses) and make their formal debut at CES 2015. We will announce Finalists on Wednesday, January 7; winners will be revealed on Thursday, January 8. Check back next week as we reveal the winners!
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