We could go on all week just on the award winners, but we thought it best to let you snoop them out on your own at the CES website. We didn’t want to neglect some that we have mentioned previously on Gear Live, such as the LtWv Wrist Vmote, the waterproof Sanyo Xacti E1, and the iRobot Looj gutter cleaner. Our congrats to the companies that won as well as the CES that has grown in status from the little trade show that could into a national phenomena.
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We thought you would like to see more of the Best of Innovations at the CES 2008. First up is the Audio Accessories category and the winner is the Kensington LiquidFM Deluxe iPod to FM Transmitter. Dubbed the QuickSeek, the device finds you the clearest station it can using ClearFM technology and displays the title and name on its RDS. It comes with 3 station presets. It also serves double duty by charging your iPod at the same time. The QuickSeek is compatible with 1st, 2nd and 3rd gen nanos, 4th and 5th gen regulars, the classic, and the touch iPod, and comes at a price of $89.99.
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Want to know who some of the winners are at this year’s CES? Let’s start with the Best of Innovations Awards. The Computer Accessory chosen is the latest entry from Yoggie, the Pico, personal security with 13 applications such as anti-virus and phishing, parental web control, layer-8 eight security, and VPN client. With a dual flash memory system, the device blocks both known and unknown Internet baddies outside your computer while it boosts its performance. You can pick up a Yoggie for ~$130.00 online, depending on where you shop.
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