With the end of the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) comes the time to review and talk about the best products unveiled at this year’s annual event. To that end, the editors at tech news outlet Engadget have released this year’s official “Best of CES” award winners.
With consumer products ranging health and fitness devices to drones and so much more, this year’s competition was stiff. Using their vast amount of understanding and knowledge of the tech industry, Engadget’s editors selected 16 winners for “Best of CES.”
The selections were based on level of innovation, quality of design, overall efficiency and market demand.
“CES is a massive show and every year it gets bigger,” said Michael Gorman, editor in chief of Engadget. “Over the last five days we’ve looked at what feels like thousands of devices to find the technologies that will have a real impact on the industry and our lives . And after two very long nights of deliberations and Chinese takeout we’re excited to award the very Best of CES 2015.”
Also included with the list of winners at this year’s CES is a People’s Choice Award, which is given to the product that won over the most hearts and minds in the Engadget community of technology fans.
Winners of the International CES® 2015 “Best of CES” awards include:
Best Startup: AmpStrip
Best Digital Health and Fitness: Bragi Dash Smart Headphones
Automotive Technology: Mercedes F 015 Luxury in Motion
Best Home Theater: Sling TV
Best (Connected) Home Product: Energous WattUp
Best Software / App: Sling TV
Best Wearable: Bragi Dash Smart Headphones
Best Innovation (Disruptive Tech): Energous WattUp
Best Mobile: Dell Venue 8 7000 series tablet
Best TV Product: LG Art Slim 4K OLED
Best Gaming: Razer’s Forge TV
Best Offbeat Product: Belty smart belt
Best Maker-friendly Tech: MakerBot composite filaments
Best PC: Lenovo LaVie HZ550
Best Robot or Drone: AirDog
Best of the Best: Sling TV
People’s Choice Award: Razer Forge TV