PORTLAND, Ore., Dec. 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Digital Trends, the world’s largest independently owned technology review site, has unveiled its picks for the Best Products of 2017. After evaluating more than 600 products this year, editors selected top contenders across 10 categories: Cars, Computing, Emerging Tech, Entertainment, Gaming, Home Theater, Mobile, Outdoors, Photography, and Smart Home. Nintendo’s Switch, the much-coveted portable gaming device, earned top honors for the year.
“We’re looking for technological advancements that make modern life easier, less complicated, and more fun,” explained Jeremy Kaplan, Editor in Chief, DigitalTrends.com. Expert editors selected a winner in every category, along with two runners up. More than 30 full-time editorial staff convened to decide on an overall winner, which was sealed with a final vote.
“We are especially excited with the advances in new and emerging categories like Outdoor and Smart Home, where revolutions seem to be happening every month,” Kaplan said.
The 2017 Digital Trends Best Products
Overall: Nintendo Switch
Cars: Honda Civic Type R
Computing: Microsoft Surface Pro
Emerging Tech: Formlabs Fuse 1 (3D Printer)
Entertainment: Blade Runner 2049
Gaming: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Home Theater: LG C7 OLED
Mobile: iPhone X
Outdoors: BioLite Firepit
Photography: Sony A9
Smart Home: Google Home Mini
For more information on Digital Trends’ Best Products of 2017, please visit https://www.digitaltrends.com/best-products-of-2017/
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