The Winners And Losers Of The 2013 Consumer Electronics Show

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The Consumer Electronics Show is so big, it’s nearly impossible for two people to see the entire thing in just three days.But we did our best. And we saw a lot.

The following photos are the best and worst of what CES had to offer this year.

Winner: Samsung's 110-inch 4K TV was a beauty. It was super crisp and enormous. (Too bad it's going to cost over $38,000)

Winner: Samsung's Smart TV interface was by face the best out of all other TV makers.

Winner: Sharp's 8K TV was way ahead of all the other 4K TVs on display in terms of picture quality. It was just a prototype though.

Winner: Sony's Xperia Z smartphone was our favourite at the show. It was waterproof, scratch resistant, and had an awesome camera.

Winner: The waterproof gadget trend. There were dozes of booths showing off a special coating that makes your gadgets waterproof from the inside out.

Loser: Toshiba's smartwatch was clunky and weird. It even had a EKG sensor built-in.

Winner: We finally got our hands on the Pebble smartwatch and it's amazing.

Loser: Boo the dog cases and headphones.

Loser: Actually, all the iPhone/iPad cases felt like a waste of space.

Winner: Audi's self-driving system blew us away.

Loser: Bling My Thing. Bedazzled gadgets shouldn't exist.

Loser: Samsung's smart refrigerator with apps.

Winner: Chinese companies like Hisense invading the U.S. and offering affordable, high-quality tech.

Winner: RIM gave us a look at its new mobile operating system, BlackBerry 10. It looks like BlackBerry has finally caught up.

Loser: The alternative smartphone operating system Ubuntu looked great. Unfortunately, it's going to be tough for it to catch on.

Loser: Intel's paltry offerings a CES show that it's not taking mobile seriously. That can be dangerous for the company.

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