Our friends at CNET again this year present the official awards program of CES.

Dubbed the Best of CES, the awards recognize the best products at the show, including a Best of Show award and a People’s Voice award, as voted by the CNET audience. See those categories and more, including best TVs, software, and design, plus links to all CES coverage.

CES 2011 Best of Show Award

Motorola Xoom

Motorola Xoom

Motorola’s Xoom boasts more features than the iPad and will run the new version of Google’s Android OS.  It’s the first to run Google’s tablet-optimized Honeycomb version of Android. It is due out in the first quarter of 2011, available on Verizon. Read more

CES 2011 People’s Voice Award

Razer Switchblade

Razer Switchblade

Gaming Netbook of the future, or bizarre concept device? Check out the Razer Switchblade and decide for yourself. Read more


Casio Tryx

Casio Tryx

An unusual design and interesting shooting features make this ultracompact camera worth checking out. Read more


Unifi by RealNetworks

Unifi by RealNetworks

RealNetworks previews Unifi, a personal media cloud service that lets you keep track of music, photos, and videos stored on multiple devices and online services. Read more


Vizio XVT3D6SP series

Vizio XVT3D6SP series

Vizio’s VIA Plus suite of Internet apps, which includes Google TV capability, will be available in two screen sizes of LED-based LCDs so far. Read more

See the full list of Best of CES award winners on CNET.com.

Read more about the show and get product categories in our CES Resource Guide (with even more links courtesy of our friends at CNET–plus a video that answers the question, “What is CES?”).

Post originally published at Radio.com News.

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