CNET editors voted winners in 9 categories, and selected one Best of show winner.
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Eye-Fi Pro X2 wins in the digital photo and video category.
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myFord Touch wins in the Car Tech category.
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Motorola Backflip wins the Cell phones and smartphones category.
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The Lenovo IdeaPad U1 Hybrid wins in the computers and hardware category.
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Dell Alienware M11x wins in Gaming.
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Picowatt smart plug wins the Green category.
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LG BD590 Wins the Home theater category.
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The Valups Tivit wins in the MP3 and portable video category.
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Panasonic VT25 wins the Television award.
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Intel's Wireless Display wins the People's Voice award.
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Panasonic's representatives head up to the stage after being announced the winner of CNET's Best in Show award with their VT25 TV.
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To concludes the show Brian brought all the winners up on stage.
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