Portland, OR – (December 28, 2016) –DigitalTrends.com, the premier site for technology news and reviews, has announced the winners of their awards for Best Products of 2016. These awards cap off Digital Trends best year ever with massive traffic growth and record-setting revenue.
Over the past month, Digital Trends editorial staff has voted on the top tech of the year in multiple categories. Each category had one overall winner selected with two runner-ups in 2nd and 3rd place. Click each category for a full review of the winners.
Winner: Vibram Arctic Grip
Winner: Nikon D500
Winner: Google Pixel phones
Winner: Microsoft Surface Studio
Winner: Samsung UBD-K8500
Winner: Google Home
Winner: MP Select Mini
Winner: Mazda MX-5 Miata
Three additional categories will be named this week, including Best TV Shows, Best Movies and finishing on December 30th with Best Overall Product of the Year. Be sure to check back each day at http://www.digitaltrends.com/best-products-2016/.
In addition, Digital Trends will kick off the new year at CES 2017 in Las Vegas with over 20 hours of live content from their custom-built stage and will present its 5th annual Top Tech of CES awards highlighting the best products at CES. More details to be released soon.
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