The CNET banner announces the 2011 Best of CES awards.
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The 2011 Best of CES awards trophies
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Toyota won the Car Tech award for its Toyota Entune system.
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The award for Design was won by Casio Tryx.
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Sony won the award in the Digital Imaging category, with its Sony Handycam HDR-PJ series.
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Toshiba won CNET's new Prototype category award for a prototype laptop that uses a Web cam to create customized 3D stereoscopic images.
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The Atrix 4G brought home the award for Motorola in the Smartphones category.
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A view of the crowd from the producers' booth.
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Alain Mutricy of Motorola Inc. accepted the Best of CES award in the Tablets category for the Xoom tablet. The Xoom also won the Best of Show.
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Best of CES TV award went to the Vizio XVT3D6SP series.
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Molly Wood and Brian Cooley hosted the 2011 Best of CES awards ceremony.
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Robert Krakoff of Razer accepted the Best of CES People's Voice Award for the Razer Switchblade.
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Alain Mutricy of Motorola Inc. accepted the Best of Show award from Molly Wood and Brian Cooley for the Motorola Xoom.
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The Motorola Xoom tablet won the Best of Show award.
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Excited winners show off their trophy.
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Here are the Best of CES winners for 2011.
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