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TrustedReviews Awards 2016: All the winners revealed

TrustedReviews Awards 2016 Winner’s List: All the year’s best tech and gadgets revealed.

At an exclusive awards party in London, TrustedReviews Editor Evan Kypreos was joined by iconic British actor and comedian Chris Barrie to present the winners of the TrustedReviews Awards 2016.

No less than 28 industry products, services, and companies were honoured at the event, with TrustedReviews readers helping to decide a number of key categories, including Brand of the Year, which went to Google.

Watch our awards video below:

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“Picking the winners of the TrustedReviews Awards this year was incredibly difficult, which reflects what an amazing and innovative 12 months it has been in tech,” Kypreos commented.

He added: “Backed by a rigorous reviews process, our awards recognise outstanding product design and customer service, not just good marketing. It was great to be able to congratulate and celebrate with such an amazing and diverse array of brands.”

We appreciate all the readers who cast their votes, the companies who built such great products and services, and everyone who attended the awards. We’d also like to thank Bespoke Arcades for the amazing arcade machines, Titan the Robot for welcoming (read: terrifying) our guests, and our partner for the event, Fitbit.

We’d like to give a special thanks to everyone who voted,

Here’s the full list of all the winners of the TrustedReviews Awards 2016.

  •     Virgin Media
  •     Shortlisted: Sky, BT


  •     Nikon D500
  •     Shortlisted: Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, Fujifilm X-T2



  •     Garmin Vivosmart HR Plus
  •     Shortlisted: Fitbit Charge 2, Withings Activité Steel


  •     Nvidia GTX 1080
  •    Shortlisted: AMD RX 480, Nvidia GTX 1070


  •     Sony MDR-1000X
  •    Shortlisted: Bose QC35, Sennheiser HD 800 S


  •     LG FH4A8FDH2N
  •     Shortlisted: Dyson 360 Eye, Samsung AddWash WW80K6414QW


  •     Ruark Audio R7 Mk2
  •    Shortlisted: Moon Neo Ace, Yamaha NX-N500
  •     Panasonic DMP-UB900
  •    Shortlisted: Xbox One S, Samsung HW-K950
  •     Sky Q
  •    Shortlisted: PS4 Slim, Xbox One S
  •     Overwatch
  •    Shortlisted: Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, Forza Horizon 3


  •     Firewatch
  •    Shortlisted:Superhot, The Witness


  •     Microsoft Surface Book
  •    Shortlisted: Acer Chromebook 14, Lenovo IdeaPad 710S
  •     LG FH4A8FDH2N
  •    Shortlisted: Hisense RQ560N4WC1, Samsung AddWash WW80K6414QW

  •     Fujifilm X-T2
  •    Shortlisted: Sony A6300, Panasonic Lumix GX80
  •     Three
  •    Shortlisted: O2, EE
  •     Acer XF270HU
  •    Shortlisted:Asus ROG Swift PG348Q, Samsung C27F591

  •     Samsung Galaxy S7
  •    Shortlisted: OnePlus 3, iPhone 7 Plus


  •     Onkyo DP-X1
  •    Shortlisted: Astell & Kern AK70, Dali Katch


  •     Dyson Supersonic
  •    Shortlisted: Sage Boss To Go, Panasonic NN-CT585SBPQ


  •     Amazon Echo
  •    Shortlisted: Dyson 360 Eye, Logitech Harmony Elite


  •     Samsung HW-K950
  •    Shortlisted: Yamaha MusicCast YSP-2700, Panasonic SC-ALL70T


  •     Netflix
  •    Shortlisted: Spotify, Google Music


  •     Apple iPad Pro 9.7-inch
  •    Shortlisted: Microsoft Surface Book, Google Pixel C


  •     Google
  •    Shortlisted: Amazon, Apple


  •     Samsung KS7000
  •    Shortlisted: Sony ZD9, LG OLED E6


  •     Dyson 360 Eye
  •    Shortlisted: Shark NV680UKT, Dyson V8 Absolute


  •     HTC Vive
  •    Shortlisted: Oculus Rift, PlayStation VR
  •     Apple Watch Series 2
  •    Shortlisted: Fitbit Charge 2, Garmin Vivosmart HR Plus

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