Best of CES wrap-up Video
Best of CES wrap-up Video Transcript
Speaker: Hey, guys. Brian Tong here at CNET stage for the Best of CES 2012 Awards. Now, we're here to find out who's the cream of the crop. The best of the best from the show floor and more importantly, who's gonna take home the best of CES winner award. Speaker: I wanna welcome you all to the 2012 Best of CES Awards presented by CNET.com. Speaker: And the winner in the car tech category is QNX Car 2 mobile. Speaker: Look, this is a tremendous honor for QNX and... and really all of our partners too. I mean we were showcasing things that are really on the edge of what can be done in a car and... and with the mobile device and we're really, really proud to be able to make this happen. Thank you so much. Speaker: The winner of the cellphone category is Nokia Lumia 900. Nokia congratulations. Speaker: It feels good, Jill. It's been a while since we've been back here and we were really excited we feel because awesome of the show. That absolutely. It's a great testament to the hard work that everybody at Nokia and my staff has all been doing. So we're really, really excited. Speaker: The winner and the always exciting Emerging Tech Category is... Speaker: Goodluck. Speaker: MakerBot Replicator. Speaker: MarkerBot. Look at that. Speaker: Congratulations. Speaker: This is just kind of reinforces what we've been believing for a long time. This is just next gen. Get one of these things and be the coolest kid in your block. Speaker: I cannot even tell you. This is the hugest honor. It's just amazing. I had no expectation coming into the show. I just wanna build and create just a killer product and I'm just so incredibly honored that... that you guys have chosen us. I'm blown away. Blown away. Speaker: The winner of the 2012 Best of CES People's Voice Award is the Razer's Project Fiona. Speaker: How does it feel that people have voted you as... again? Speaker: Thank you so much everybody. It's... it's such an honor to be here. It's you know and to be recognized. We're pretty small company and just to be one that people select, that's for us is a number one award. I know there's bigger awards, but this is it for us. Speaker: Back to back. It's looking good. Speaker: Yeah. Speaker: Congrats. Speaker: Thank you very much. Speaker: All right folks, that leaves a single award now remaining for the Best of CES 2012. Speaker: Goes to... Speaker: Ready for it? Speaker: Ready for it? Speaker: The LG 55 EM9600 OLED TV. Speaker: The CNET editors picked LG as the best product here in the entire CES. How does it feel? Speaker: Oh, that's awesome. I mean, you know in behalf of everybody at LG, it's just very gratifying to have the hard efforts and... and work that everybody put in to be recognized, it's... it's best... not only best TV, but best of show. Incredible. Speaker: And will you be mounting one of these TV's on your wall? You already have one on order? Speaker: Well, I'm gonna have to check what the employee discount is, but I'm hoping I can get a deal 'cause, man there's nothing better than that, I think. Speaker: So there you have it, all the winners from our Best of CES Awards Show for 2012 TV's where a huge friend here and they followed that up with the Best In Show from LG. For CNET, I'm Brian Tong and we'll see you guys next year.
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