Loaded: Best of CES 2011
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CNET senior editor Natali Morris gives you the **lowdown** on the best of CES.

It's Monday January and I'm Natalie -- and it's time limited. -- -- -- -- consumer electronics has just wrapped here in Las Vegas. Our crew will be traveling back to New York on Monday but we want to give you a peek at the best of -- -- -- There are some new categories this year like the first ever best design award going to -- Casio tricks. Which reinvent the point and shoot camera that tricks can slip well tilt and hang on its own tripod. In car tech -- edit and tunes -- -- brings apps to the car with being open table and -- In digital image genus Sony handy cam HDR key. HD cam -- flip out screen and a projector in a single unit. In video gaming minute and a 380 S was the clear winner Nintendo adds 3-D to the -- -- popular hand held gaming system. For home -- the Samsung BDD 7000 Blu-ray player helps bring the best entertainment to your home. With built in Wi-Fi streaming media personalized recommendations 3-D capability and it's also compact. -- new video TV brings even more connected continent with Google TV on live gaming and passed it three -- And -- venerable PC and laptop category Intel's sandy bridge theory that chips takes the top spot. With after integrated graphics and -- processing horsepower of course. In the new prototype category we -- -- technology that may or may not even ever make it here electronics store but still nevertheless is just -- cool to Miller. And the inaugural winner is to achieve its 3-D glasses free laptop prototype bringing NASA one step closer to cuisine as bulky expensive glasses. And in the software services -- app category is unified by RealNetworks. Did a segment that brings together all of your digital media files into the cloud. And speaking at the cloud in the storage and networking category the ultra -- and all group. I -- a safe rugged portable is the winner. People's traceable hardware you get to about the -- -- switch -- with -- configurable keyboard for the best portable gaming wins the boats. And finally beat all others the brand new tablet category and the coveted best at CES select it here with the Motorola zoom that's bell annex -- Stick got in its phenom via tablet here with the new and right three point -- -- -- software a slick ten inch design and Q cameras. -- you for watching coverage of the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show. If you wanna catch up on anything you might admits make sure you visit CES dot cnet.com for coverage of the shell. We'll be back in New York on Tuesday to cover what we think is the announcement at the Verizon I found at long last. CNET will of course have up to -- an average media analysis on the entire then. I'm Natalie mart for cnet.com bring you depend -- it.

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