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#TrustedReviewsAwards 2015: All the winners revealed


TrustedReviews Awards 2015

The most innovative, inventive, and impressive tech from the last year has been recognised at this year’s TrustedReviews Awards.

Winners were announced in all 26 categories at a ceremony in London last night, attended by some of the biggest names in tech.

Samsung’s Galaxy S6 took the top prize in the Smartphone of the Year category, beating Apple’s iPhone 6S and the LG G4, while The Witcher 3 was crowned Game of the Year.

“The awards categories were so close this year, which is a real testament to the innovation we’ve seen in the past year,’ said TrustedReviews editor Evan Kypreos.

“It was great to honour the best of the best and celebrate what really has been a great year for tech.”

Check out the other winners at the 2015 TrustedReviews Awards

Check out the full list of 2015 TrustedReviews Awards winners below:

Smartphone of the YearSamsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge

Computing ProductMicrosoft Surface 3

TV of the Year LG 65EC970V

Wearable of the YearWithings Activité Pop

Home Appliance of the YearDyson V6 Fluffy

Crowdfunded Project of the Year – Hendo Hoverboard

Value Smartphone of the Year Moto G 2015

Portable Audio Product of the YearSennheiser Momentum 2.0

Game of the YearThe Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Camera of the YearSony A7R II

PC Component of the YearIntel Skylake

Laptop of the YearDell XPS 13 2015

Monitor of the Year Samsung U32E850

Fridge Freezer of the YearSamsung RB41J7859S4

Small Appliance of the YearKenwood kCook

Smart Home Product of the Year – Netatmo Welcome

Vacuum Cleaner of the YearDyson V6 Fluffy

Dishwasher of the YearWhirlpool 6th Sense PowerDry ADP900IX

Graphics Card of the YearNvidia GTX 980 Ti

SSD of the YearSamsung 950 Pro M.2

Home Cinema Product of the YearOnkyo TX-NR3030

Tablet of the YearMicrosoft Surface 3

Toy of the YearAnki Overdrive

Home Audio Product of the Year Samsung R7

Product of the YearWindows 10

This is the FutureOculus Rift

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