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Tom's Guide Announces Winners of Best of CES 2014 Awards

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 01/09/14 -- Tom's Guide, the site that brings you tech for real life, today announced the winners of its annual Best of CES 2014 Awards. Full descriptions of the winning products can be found here: www.tomsguide.com/us/pictures-story/624-best-ces-2014.html.

Tom's Guide's team of editors and writers met with dozens of companies to report on the hottest products at the biggest U.S. consumer technology event of the year. The team's breaking news, photos and videos highlight the hottest products on display. Of those gadgets and technologies, Tom's Guide has selected 13 winners for its Best of CES 2014 Awards. Each innovative winner evolves design, technology and usability for more than just early adopters.

"The biggest trend at CES 2014 was wearable technology," said Tom's Guide Editor in Chief Mark Spoonauer. "That's why we dedicated three awards to this fast-growing category. We're also excited by the latest advancements in TV picture quality, cloud-based gaming and 3D printing. These award winners deserve praise for their best-in-class innovation."

Tom's Guide Best of CES 2014 Award Winners are:
Best TV:
Sharp Aquos Quattron+
Best Camera: Samsung NX30
Best 3D Printer: 3D Systems Cube 3
Best Gaming Tech: Sony PlayStation Now
Best Fitness Tech: Razer Nabu
Best Smartwatch: Pebble Steel
Best Heads-Up Display: Meta Pro
Best Robot: Parrot Jumping Sumo
Best Smart Home Tech: Sleep Number x12
Best Smartphone: Hisense X1
Best Tablet: Fuhu DreamTab
Best-in-Show: Yei Technology PrioVR

For more information about the winners, and for Tom's Guide complete CES 2014 coverage, please visit www.tomsguide.com/t/ces/.

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