Reviewed's CES 2020 Editors' Choice Award submissions are now open
Now seeking nominations for the top products of CES 2020
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We're happy to announce that the nomination period for the Reviewed CES 2020 Editors' Choice awards is now open. If you've got a product making its debut at CES, we want to know about it.
Unlike a lot of the other awards programs at CES, the Reviewed awards aren't interested in flashy concepts and gimmicks. We want the good stuff: Real products for real people.
We’re looking for products that stand out for one or more of the following criteria: technology, innovation, design, and value.
Eligible products must be new at CES and must be expected to ship in 2020 with a specific SKU. Prototypes and proof-of-concept products are generally not eligible. The eligibility of a product is solely at the discretion of the editors.
We are considering products and services in the following categories:
- Home Theater
- Smart Home
- Laptops & Computing
- Smartphones & Tablets
- Photo & Video
- Watches & Wearables
- Health & Fitness
- Large Appliance
- Small Appliance
How do I submit a product for consideration?
Companies are free to submit as many products as they like in any of the categories. In fact, it’s in your interest to make us aware of as many new products as possible. There is no fee to submit.
You can email firstname.lastname@example.org to send us information, arrange for a loan unit to be mailed to us, or schedule a visit to our offices.
What is the deadline for submissions?
Submissions will close on January 7, 2020 at 12pm PT.
I missed the window to submit my product!
That’s okay. Our editorial staff is diligently seeking out nominations on its own, so if you have a stellar product, there’s a good chance we already know about it.
Who can vote?
Voting is strictly limited to the members of our editorial staff, who adhere to the rigorous ethical standards of Reviewed. No outside parties are allowed to participate in the voting process.