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Photos: CNET.co.uk Editors' Choice Award winners 2007

Last week CNET.co.uk announced its highly prestigious Editors' Choice Awards at an extremely glamorous event in London's swanky Mayfair -- check out the glitzy photos

Last week CNET.co.uk announced its highly prestigious Editors' Choice Awards at an extremely glamorous event in London's swanky Mayfair. The cognoscenti and glitterati were much in evidence, as you can see from our smashing photos. Reviews editor Jason Jenkins compered.

We honoured the best mobile phone, TV, hi-def product, camera, laptop, MP3 player and sat-nav. A stylish, good-looking, witty and intelligent person from the winning company collected their award and with great fortitude stood next to our gurning journalists. For a full list of winners, click here, and to comment on our choices, go to our forums thread here.

First up was mobile phones, with Nokia's Marcus Dacombe picking up the gong for the excellent Nokia 6300 from our mobile phones editor Andrew Lim.

TV editor Ian Morris congratulates Samsung, for the fantastic PS50P96 plasma TV.

Collecting the award for Best High-Definition Product was Toshiba's Nathan Sheffield, for the HD-XE1 HD DVD player.

The Olympus E-410 took the prize for Best Consumer Camera, with Harjit Sohotey and Richard Lane collecting from cameras editor Rich Trenholm.

Best Laptop went to the Lenovo ThinPad T61p, with Theresa Zimmer picking up the coveted award from PC editor Rory Reid.

The fantastic Archos 605 WiFi won Best Music/Video Player, with Tony Limrick collecting the award from reviews editor Jason Jenkins.

Hannah Mercer here, representing Garmin for its Best Sat-Nav winning nuvi 660.

Right, that's enough awards, let's get down to some serious shmoozing. Ian has the right idea.

Rory and Andrew, in the midst of a throng of talented and beautiful women, have somehow managed to find some chaps to talk to. Poor show, fellas.

Ian's not having it all his own way, however, as a disgruntled TV loser catches up with him.