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Digital Trends Unveils Its “Best of CES 2014” Award Winners

CES – Today, Digital Trends named the winners of its “Best of CES 2014” awards. Digital Trends editors selected the 20 best products on display at International CES based on their level of innovation, real-world use and design. This year’s awards shine a spotlight on the “Home” category, naming six award winners to celebrate the newly-launched “DT Home” section.

“Digital Trends’ Best of CES awards represent the products that are inspiring to our editors and are what we believe our readers will truly love,” said Ian Bell, Chief Executive Officer and Publisher of Digital Trends. “Digital Trends’ editors aren’t just tech enthusiasts; they’re musicians, sports fans, car buffs and other ordinary people who want products that improve their lives. After a grueling and thorough review of the exciting new products at CES, we’ve identified the cream of the crop; products that are innovative, intuitive, stylish and functional. We congratulate all of this year’s award finalists and winners.”

The winners of Digital Trends’ Best of CES 2014 Awards are:

Best in Show: MakerBot Replicator Mini

Automotive: Chevrolet Performance Data Recorder

Cool Tech: Thalmic Labs Myo Gesture Control Armband

Computing: LG Ultra PC

Gaming: PlayStation Now Streaming Game Service

Headphones: Westone’s W60 in-ear Headphones

Home: Dacor Discovery IQ 48-inch Dual-fuel Range, Flir FX portable Wi-Fi Camera, Kolibree Connected Toothbrush, Netatmo Thermostat, Samsung Chef Collection Dishwasher, Withings Aura Wake-up Light

Home Theater: Audio: Philips Fidelio E5 Wireless Surround Speaker System

Home Theater: Video: LG 77-inch Curved OLED

Mobile: Mophie Space Pack

Photography: Sony FDR-AX100 Handycam

Smartphone: Huawei Ascend Mate 2

Sports and Fitness: Razer Nabu Fitness Band

Tablet: Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2

Wearable Tech: Pebble Steel Smartwatch

To read more about the winning products, please visit www.digitaltrends.com/ces/best-of-ces/. For all of Digital Trends’ CES coverage, please visit www.digitaltrends.com/ces/.

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Digital Trends is a leading consumer technology publisher. Its purpose is to demystify technology to help consumers navigate an increasingly digital world. Digital Trends’ easy-to-understand product reviews, entertaining news and videos and user-friendly site serve more than 16 million unique visitors each month and four million mobile users. In addition, 89 million unique visitors access Digital Trends’ content monthly through partners including FOX News and more than 200 broadcast news stations. Digital Trends is headquartered in Portland, Oregon, and has an office in New York City. For more information, visit www.digitaltrends.com and follow @DigitalTrends on Twitter and Facebook.

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