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Best of CES 2016

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Award-winning products from this year's CES show

CES was once again a whirlwind of new products and new ideas, with thousands of stands and devices to take in. Our team in Las Vegas covered a wide range of new tech but we’ve forced them into choosing just a handful of favourites from the show, groundbreaking devices that stood out for their ingenuity and quality.

Not all these products will be available to buy immediately but they are all coming soon and we’ll bring you more information and full reviews as soon as we possibly can. Click through to the individual stories to find out more about each of these fantastic devices.

Best overall product: Panasonic DMP-UB900

Panasonic’s first UHD Blu-ray player doesn’t have a price yet, but with HDR, wide colour gamut and high-resolution audio support, it looks to be to one of the top contenders for a premium 4K home cinema experience. Read more about the Panasonic DMP-UB900.

Best laptop: HP EliteBook Folio 

Slimmer than ever the new Elitebook Folio is our pick of the upcoming Windows ultraportables. Read more about the HP EliteBook Folio.

Best tablet: Samsung Galaxy Tab S Pro 

The latest Samsung device is a flagship Windows 10 tablet hybrid with a bundled in keyboard cover. Read more about the Samsung Galaxy Tab S Pro.

Best hybrid: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga 

The ThinkPad X1 family now includes a flexible addition – with a stunning OLED screen. Read more about the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga.

Best wearable: Fitbit Blaze 

The latest fitness tracker-smartwatch hybrid has stunning retro looks and great support from the mature Fitbit app. Read more about the Fitbit Blaze

Best smartphone: Huawei Mate 8 

Huawei’s new flagship phablet has a massive 6in screen and improved fingerprint recognition technology. Read more about the Huawei Mate 8

Best home entertainment product: Sony XD93 

With its super slim bezels and miniscule frame, Sony’s flagship 4K HDR TV for 2016 is a real beauty. Read more about the Sony XD93.

Best home appliance: Samsung Family Hub Fridge

Much more than just a fridge, the Family Hub aims to be the centre of your home life with powerful IoT features – including internal cameras so you check your goods from the shop. Read more about the Samsung Family Hub Fridge.

Best camera: Nikon KeyMission 360

No one expected this 360-degree action cam from Nikon, a bold move into VR-content creation. Read more about the Nikon KeyMission 360.

Best innovation: UHD Premium

The UHD Alliance, made up of companies including Samsung, LG, Netflix and Hollywood Movie studios, has finally laid down its official specifications for 4K Blu-ray, along with a logo to help consumers decide which devices and services will provide the very best viewing experience 4K has to offer. Read more about UHD Premium.

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