Nominations open the TWICE Picks CES 2017 awards

Nominations are now open for the TWICE Picks Awards, which will be awarded to the best products at the upcoming CES 2017 show. TWICE, our US sister publication is a leading authority in CE news and analysis will select the very best products from the legions on offer, giving them the attention they deserve.

CES is the biggest show in technology with thousands of new products debuting on the show floor in Las Vegas every year. For the third year running, the TWICE Picks Awards will find the best of those products.

The awards will be announced at a cocktail reception, sponsored by HCL, on the second day of CES. And will be featured in the January 23, 2017 issue of TWICE, as well as on, the TWICE newsletter. TWICE social media, and in a special TWICE Picks Awards digital issue. In total, over 150,000 CE influencers, buyers, decision makers, and press will be reached through these post-show efforts.

The big question after CES is, ‘What were the best products at the show,’ ” says Ed Hecht, publisher, TWICE. We created the TWICE Picks Awards to answer that question, and to give the winning participants a unique, long-lasting opportunity to promote their extraordinary efforts.”

Before you can win, though, you have to be nominated. That process is now open and you can find all the details here.

  • Click here to see the TWICE Picks winners from CES 2016.
  • Click here to see the TWICE Picks winners from CES 2015.


TWICE is published by NewBay and is the leading business resource serving the consumer technology industry. With editorial coverage on all things related to consumer electronics and emerging technologies like IoT and Smart Home Connections, along with evergreen coverage on Major Appliance, TV, and Audio, TWICE is where the industry turns to put it all into perspective. Be it news, new products, and/or trends, TWICE has it covered. For more information, visit

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