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Winners of CNET's Best of CES awards include the Razer Edge gaming tablet, the YotaPhone sporting an e-ink back screen, and the CubeX high-end 3D printer.
Ultra HD (4K) Televisions
Several companies introduced their 4K Ultra HD TVs with improved color, contrast, and resolution.
Organic light-emitting diode (OLED) TVs were also showcased at CES 2013, offering thinner, more energy-efficient displays with higher contrast ratios and deeper blacks.
Companies like Samsung and LG demonstrated flexible displays that could be bent, twisted, and rolled without breaking or losing image quality.
Various smartphone makers showcased their latest devices, including the Sony Xperia Z, the Huawei Ascend Mate, and the ZTE Grand S.
Companies like Asus, Lenovo, and Samsung showcased their latest tablets, including the Asus Transformer AiO, which could be used as both a Windows 8 desktop and an Android tablet.
Ultrabooks from companies like Lenovo and Acer were showcased, offering thin and lightweight laptops with high-performance specs.
The Ouya Android-based gaming console was announced, as well as the Nvidia Shield, a handheld gaming device with a built-in controller.
Companies like Pebble and MetaWatch showcased their smartwatches, offering features like notification alerts, fitness tracking, and voice commands.
Several 3D printing companies showcased their latest products, offering faster and more affordable 3D printing technology.
Health and Fitness Devices
Various companies showcased health and fitness devices, including the Fitbit Flex and the Jawbone Up, which could track activity levels, sleep patterns, and calorie intake.
Automakers like Audi, Ford, and Lexus showcased cars with advanced connectivity features, including built-in navigation, entertainment systems, and smartphone integration.
Companies like Metaio and Qualcomm showcased their augmented reality technology, which could overlay digital information and graphics onto the real world.
Various companies showcased home automation systems, including lighting, temperature, and security controls that could be managed through a smartphone app.
The Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 and the DJI Phantom were showcased, offering high-quality aerial footage and remote control capabilities.
The Oculus Rift virtual reality headset was unveiled at CES 2013, offering an immersive 3D gaming and entertainment experience.
Companies like Duracell and Powermat showcased their wireless charging technology, which could charge devices without the need for cords or plugs.
Various camera makers showcased their latest models, including the Nikon D5200 and the Canon PowerShot N, which offered improved image quality and advanced features.
Companies like VGo and Anybots showcased their personalized robots, which could be remotely controlled and used for telepresence, surveillance, and more.
Companies like LG and Intel showcased wearable technology, including glasses, headphones, and smart clothing, that could track fitness, provide information, and enhance user experiences.
Companies like Leap Motion and Tobii showcased their gesture control technology, which could track hand and eye movements to control devices and interact with virtual environments.
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