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Dell's Venue 8 Pro is an 8-inch tablet with a premium feel

This Windows 8 slate comes close, but a misplaced button and missing keyboard feel like unnecessary errors.

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Microsoft, Dell sign patent pact on Android, Chrome

The patent agreement allows Microsoft to collect more royalties on Google software.

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The Toshiba Encore 8 delivers fast performance in a bulky build

Toshiba's Encore 8 is a relatively cheap way to get a full Windows 8.1 device, but Dell's Venue 8 Pro is even cheaper and better designed.

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It costs more than other Atom-powered tablets, but the 1080p screen is a standout feature.

Dell Venue 11 Pro bets on a full HD display

It costs more than other Atom-powered tablets, but the 1080p screen is a standout feature.

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Top-rated reviews of the week (pictures)

This week, reviewers from CNET UK took on the Sony PlayStation Vita Slim. You'd never guess from the way they talk about it, but they gave it four stars and you can click through to find out why. Meanwhile, the American judge -- sorry, CNET's US-based reviewers -- gave enthusiastic Editors' Choice Awards to the five-door 2014 Mazda3 and The Room Two, a puzzle game for iOS. Those numbers are the highlights of a nicely competitive week. Check out the high scorers!

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After two years of incremental upgrades, the XPS 13 gets a touch screen revamp that works.

Dell finally gets the 13-inch ultrabook right

After two years of incremental upgrades, the XPS 13 gets a touch screen revamp that works.

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The Dell XPS 13 and 15 feature high-end specs and thin designs

Dell goes ultra high-end with its XPS 13 and 15 laptops.

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Lenovo's Flex 20 is a tabletop PC for less

The specs won't wow you, but this is the least-expensive way to get a family friendly 20-inch tabletop tablet.

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LAS VEGAS -- With crystal clear resolutions, vividly saturated colors, and useful features for professionals, 4K monitors have impressed many who have laid their eyes on them. However, the super sharp screens come at a high price -- literally. Thanks to a few debuts at <A href="ces.cnet.com">CES 2014</a>, those interested in a more affordable 4K monitor now have a few more options.</p>

<p>The <a href="http://reviews.cnet.com/lcd-monitors/lenovo-thinkvision-pro2840m-4k/4505-3174_7-35833678.html" >Lenovo ThinkVision Pro2840m</a> is one of those options, starting at $799. This 28-inch monitor houses a plethora of ports and an ergonomic design that allows the display to be turned vertically.</p>

The 4K monitors of CES 2014

Some manufacturers are bringing down the prices on their super-high resolution monitors.

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This year's CES brought more gaming news than usual, so we recruit Peter Brown from GameSpot to chat about Razer's Project Christine, Sony Playstation Now, the latest Oculus Rift, and Valve's Steam Machine lineup.

The 404 at CES 2014: Where we steamed up with Peter Brown

This year's CES brought more gaming news than usual, so we recruit Peter Brown from GameSpot to chat about Razer's Project Christine, Sony PlayStation Now, the latest Oculus Rift, and Valve's Steam Machine lineup.

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LAS VEGAS -- Valve first introduced Steam OS, a Linux-based operating system centered around the company's Steam gaming platform, in the fall of 2013. The company has now partnered with a variety of manufacturers to offer small but powerful computers, known as Steam Machines, to compete with the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Prices range from $499, which is in line with today's game consoles, and can reach as high as $6,000 for a fully configured system.

Steam Machines invade CES (pictures)

A variety of manufacturers have partnered with Valve to offer small but powerful computers running Steam OS. Systems vary in price, from as low as $500 all the way up to $6,000. Here's the latest from the floor at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

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We review hundreds of products each year. In CNET offices across the country, our expert editors spend countless hours testing everything from smart light bulbs and coffee makers to budget tablets and high-performance gaming laptops. Among all those products, we've found some real duds -- and some true gems. Here we've rounded up the consumer tech products that received the highest overall ratings and those that received our coveted Editors' Choice award in the past year.
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We begin with the only TV to ever receive a perfect 5-star rating. This series of Panasonic plasmas -- with its deep black levels, accurate colors, and strong performance in less-than-perfect conditions -- won our strongest recommendation for a TV ever. There's just one problem: earlier this year Panasonic announced it's getting out of the plasma game. So if you want to take advantage of this great buy, you'll need to do it fast.

The highest-rated products of 2013 (pictures)

Of all the new wearable gadgets, smart light bulbs, TVs, decked-out cars, and other consumer electronics we reviewed this year, these are the ones that truly stood out.

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