Editorial Team Selects Most Outstanding Products Across 14 Categories
“Best of Show” Award Goes to the Impressive Dish Sling TV App
PORTLAND, ORE. AND LAS VEGAS – INTERNATIONAL CES – JANUARY 8, 2015 – Leading consumer technology publisher Digital Trends today named the winners of this year’s Top Tech of CES Awards. Overall winner, the Dish Sling TV App, took home the “Best of Show Award” for the most interesting product presented at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas Jan. 6-9., where more than 3,500 exhibitors showcase their wares and compete for worldwide recognition.
Digital Trends’ editors and reporters use their expert knowledge and experience reviewing and testing new technology to sift through the products unveiled at CES and choose the best of the best. Digital Trends’ Top Tech of CES awards highlight the top consumer tech lifestyle products on display at CES across 14 categories including automotive, computing, cool tech, gaming, home video, headphones, home, home appliance, home audio, mobile, photography, smart home, sports & fitness and wearables.
Digital Trends unveiled finalists Tues., Jan. 7 and delivered badges and nomination letters directly to booths on the show floor. Today, winners will receive the prestigious Digital Trends awards to display at their booths and return home with. Digital Trends had an unprecedented number of editors and writers on-site at CES this year delivering breaking news of the most innovative electronics and gadgets arriving in 2015.
“This year’s CES is truly outstanding with the biggest brands and tons of newcomers bringing innovations in every realm,” said Jeremy Kaplan, Editor-in-Chief of Digital Trends. “Digital Trends editors have seen some amazing products and after much deliberation, analysis and lively debate, we’ve chosen to honor those that have the most potential to improve life as we know it. Congratulations to all of the finalists and winners in Digital Trends’ Top Tech of CES Awards competition – you are all truly remarkable!”
Winning 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.
The winners of Digital Trends’ Top Tech of CES Awards 2015 are:
Best of Show: Dish Sling TV App
Automotive: Audi Tablet
Computing: Dell XPS 13
Cool Tech: Tobii Eye Tracking Technology, Bragi Dash Smart Headphones, Thync Brain Unlocker
Gaming: Steelseries Sentry
Home Video: LG EF9500 Flat 4K UHD OLED Television
Headphones: Audeze El-8
Home: XYZ printing food printer
Home Appliance: Samsung Activewash
Home Audio: Klipsch Reference Premiere Wireless Home Theater System
Mobile: LG G Flex 2
Photography: Panasonic HC-WX970
Smart Home: Vigilant LilyPad Pool UV Sensor/Thermometer
Sports & Fitness: Cerevo XON Snow-1
To read more about the winning products, please visit www.digitaltrends.com/ces/top-tech-of-ces-2015-award-winners/. For all of Digital Trends’ CES coverage, please visit www.digitaltrends.com/ces/.
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Jaime Cottini for Digital Trends
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