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Samsung Honored for Exceptional Products in TV, Audio/Video, Tablets, Wearables, Home Appliances, PCs, Monitors, Cameras and Consumer Memory & Storage Categories

Samsung today announced that it earned 50 top honors for innovation and technology excellence from leading media outlets and organizations such as CEA, Digital Trends, Reviewed.com, and PCWorld during the 2014 International CES.

Samsung underlined its technology leadership in TVs, mobile devices and home appliances by launching a range of category-defining products at the show. It combined deep consumer insight, engineering excellence, software innovation, and clever design to deliver curves into UHDs, chefs into consumers’ kitchens, and the best viewing and productivity into tablets.

Awards per category included:

TVs, Audio/Video

  • CES Innovations Design and Engineering Awards – Best of Innovations: Samsung 65-inch Real 240Hz FHD Smart LED TV with Quad-core Multi-tasking Capability
  • HD Guru 2014 CES Top Picks Awards – Best in Show: 105-inch Curved UHD TV
  • HD Guru 2014 CES Top Picks Awards – Best Media Player: UHD Video Pack
  • HD Guru 2014 CES Top Picks Awards – Best Soundbar: HW-H750 Soundbar
  • Mashable Best Tech of CES 2014: 85-inch Bendable UHD TV
  • PCWorld Best of CES Awards – Best Entertainment Product: U9000 Curved UHD TV

Tablets, Wearables

  • Digital Trends Best of CES 2014 – Tablets: NotePRO 12.2
  • Expert Reviews Best Tablet at CES 2014: NotePRO 12.2
  • LAPTOP Best of CES 2014 Awards – Best Large Tablet: NotePRO 12.2
  • Reviewed.com CES Editors’ Choice Awards: NotePRO 12.2
  • TechRadar Best of CES 2014 – Best Tablet: NotePRO 12.2
  • Gotta Be Mobile Best of CES 2014 – Best Tablet: NotePRO 12.2
  • Droid Guy Best of CES 2014 Awards – Prom Queen: NotePRO 12.2
  • Stuff.tv 2014 CES Hot Stuff Awards: NotePRO 12.2
  • PC Mag Best of CES 2014 - Best Android Tablet: NotePRO 12.2

Home Appliances

  • Digital Trends Best of CES 2014 – Home: Samsung Chef Collection Dishwasher
  • Reviewed.com CES Editors’ Choice Awards: Samsung Chef Collection 4-Door Refrigerator
  • Reviewed.com CES Editors’ Choice Awards: Samsung Chef Collection Dishwasher
  • Reviewed.com CES Editors’ Choice Awards: Samsung WF9100 Washer
  • Techlicious 2014 Best of CES Awards: Samsung Food ShowCase Refrigerator

PCs, Monitors

  • CES Innovations Design and Engineering Awards – Best of Innovations: Samsung Curved LED Monitor
  • Techlicious 2014 Best of CES Awards: Samsung ATIV One 7
  • TechRadar Best of CES 2014 – Best All-in-One Computer: Samsung ATIV One 7


  • Reviewed.com CES Editors’ Choice Awards: Samsung NX30
  • Tom’s Guide Best of CES 2014 – Best Camera: Samsung NX30
  • Popular Photography – Best New Camera and Photo Gear: Samsung Galaxy Camera 2

Consumer Memory & Storage

  • 2014 Storage Visions® – Visionary Products Awards – Home Consumer Storage: Samsung 840 EVO SSD (awarded prior to CES 2014)
  • 2014 Storage Visions® – Visionary Company Awards – Professional Storage Company: Samsung 3D Vertical NAND Flash Technology (awarded prior to CES 2014)

Samsung was also the recipient of 22 additional CES Innovations Design and Engineering Awards:

  • Computer Peripherals: Samsung UHD Monitor
  • Digital Imaging: Samsung Galaxy NX
  • Eco-Design and Sustainable Technologies: Samsung DV457 Front-Load Dryer
  • Eco-Design and Sustainable Technologies: Samsung UN55H7150, Eco-friendly LED TV with Smart TV Features
  • Eco-Design and Sustainable Technologies: Samsung WF9000 Front-Load Laundry Pair
  • Embedded Technologies: Samsung 3GB LPDDR3
  • Home Appliances: Samsung Food Showcase Refrigerator
  • Home Appliances: Samsung Chef Collection Refrigerator
  • Home Appliances: SAMSUNG Chef Collection Dishwasher with WaterWall™ washing system
  • Home Appliances: Samsung T9000 Four-Door Refrigerator
  • Home Audio - Video Accessories: Samsung Evolution Kit
  • Home Audio - Video Accessories: Samsung UHD Evolution Kit
  • Home Audio - Video Components: Samsung 7.1 Blu-ray Home Theater System with Vacuum Tube and Digital Amp
  • Home Audio - Home Theater Speakers: Samsung 7.1 Blu-ray Home Theater System with Vacuum Tube and Digital Amp
  • Tablets, E-Readers and Mobile Computing: Galaxy Note 10.1 - 2014 Edition
  • Tablets, E-Readers and Mobile Computing: Galaxy Note 8.0
  • Tablets, E-Readers and Mobile Computing: Galaxy Tab 3 8.0
  • Video Displays: Samsung 110-inch UHD TV
  • Video Displays: Samsung 55-inch Curved OLED TV with 3D Multi-View
  • Video Displays: Samsung 98-inch Glassless-3D/2D switchable UHD TV
  • Video Displays: Samsung 78-inch Curved UHD LED TV
  • Wearable Technologies: Samsung Galaxy Gear

For more information about any of these products, please visit www.samsungces.com.

About Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. is a global leader in technology, opening new possibilities for people everywhere. Through relentless innovation and discovery, we are transforming the worlds of TVs, smartphones, personal computers, printers, cameras, home appliances, LTE systems, medical devices, semiconductors and LED solutions. We employ 270,000 people across 79 countries with annual sales of US$187.8 billion. To discover more, please visit www.samsung.com.

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