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Posted on January 10th, 2013 by Tim Danton

Greatest Hits of CES 2013: PC Pro’s pick of the best products

PC Pro CES 2013 Greatest HitsThe world’s largest consumer electronics show is now into its final throes, which means we can reveal the shortlist for our pick of the show’s innovations: PC Pro’s Greatest Hits of CES 2013.

Now we need your help to decide the winner for the Best Innovation. Read the descriptions below and then cast your vote using the link at the bottom of the blog — but be quick, because voting closes at 6pm (UK time) on Thursday 10 January. [Edit: the vote is now closed]

In addition to the winner of this category, on Friday we’ll also be announcing our pick of the tablets, phones and laptops that have been unveiled at CES 2013.

3M 84in multitouch display

This massive tablet-cum-display brings new meannig to collaboration

Asus Transformer AiO

A Windows PC that becomes an Android tablet. Bizarre, but is it compelling?

Lenovo Horizon Table PC

Play air hockey the electronic way thanks to this all-in-one PC that transforms into a 20in tablet

Nvidia Project Shield games console

Who better to design a gaming device to show off Tegra 4 than Nvidia itself?

Panasonic 20in tablet with a 4K screen

A stunning prototype for photographers, architects and, once you’ve seen it in the flesh, you’ll want it too

Pebble smart watch

This $150 smart watch features an e-paper LCD display and connects to your Bluetooth-connected smartphone

Plastic Logic PaperTab

A 10.7in flexible tablet with a Core i5 processor that has to be seen to be believed

The vote is now closed.

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10 Responses to “ Greatest Hits of CES 2013: PC Pro’s pick of the best products ”

  1. Robin White Says:
    December 20th, 2012 at 12:45 pm

    Err this isn’t really picking the best of show as you’re not actually showing any products.

    What a waste of time.

     
  2. Tim Says:
    December 20th, 2012 at 11:35 pm

    Not a single product listed, despite the title. I guess I was optimistic but was expecting coverage of Samsung’s flexible displays or something equally novel.

     
  3. Tim Danton Says:
    December 21st, 2012 at 11:16 am

    Hi Tim/Robin – just to clarify, we’re not going to pre-judge what should win the awards before the show. This blog is to announce the categories and to invite readers to suggest who they think should win.

     
  4. Steven Mussey Says:
    December 22nd, 2012 at 1:54 am

    Big things for CES 2013:
    1. The Windows iPhone
    2. The Thinnest Ultrabook: The Decapitator
    3. The Best Tablet ever
    4. An eBook with a true paper display
    5. The Tablee, the fastest tablet ever
    6. Why Steve Ballmer won’t be at CES

    Preview these “best of CES predictions” in this YouTube animated cartoon. It is work safe (though it has a bit of violent cartoon humor).
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kT900-qqjKs&feature=share&list=UUGIHfXyzgkeix64_B33Nnog

     
  5. Gindylow Says:
    January 3rd, 2013 at 2:23 pm

    @Steven Mussey

    …if only! Haha.

     
  6. dunklezhan Says:
    January 9th, 2013 at 1:26 pm

    Best innovation

    the Imotion controller. If it works!

     
  7. dunklezhan Says:
    January 9th, 2013 at 1:58 pm

    I meant, of course, the Leap Motion. Not iMotion.

     
  8. Ben Brown Says:
    January 10th, 2013 at 2:19 pm

    +1 for the Leap Motion

    https://leapmotion.com/

     
  9. Nelviticus Says:
    January 10th, 2013 at 7:05 pm

    Definitely the table PC, they would be great at our gaming sessions.

     
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