The Best of CES 2011

Here's what we loved at this year's CES show.

What We Liked



We came, we endured the crowds, and we left with a lot to be impressed by this year at the Consumer Electronics Show. PCWorld's crack staff fanned out across the Las Vegas Convention Center floor and left no booth unscathed and no press release ignored. What follows is our collection of just the best gadgets and gear, oddball spottings, and technology themes that warmed our geeky hearts.

To see more, read CES 2011 Picks and Pans. And while you're at it, peruse our companion slideshow: Pans: Biggest CES 2011 Fails.

For more blogs, stories, photos, and video from the nation's largest consumer electronics show, check out PCWorld's complete coverage of CES 2011.

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