最佳启用：Black Box VR
Black Box VR正在改变未来的健身房。运动跟踪控制器和专门设计的锻炼设备，Black Box将锻炼变成视频游戏。 并且计划今年在旧金山建立一个精品健身房，会员们可以在这里进行比赛，还可登录排行榜一较高低。 这将创造一个新的VR健身市场。
设备越小，它的可穿戴性就越高，这就是欧莱雅的UV Sense奇妙之处，也难怪在此次CES获得双奖项。噢~他在图片里，你找到它了么？放大看！那不是美甲~ 智能传感器通过手机可以告诉你每天接受了多少日照等信息。当然预防皮肤癌不仅仅是这个产品获奖的原因，更重要的是他开启了微型可穿戴计算机的大门，为下一个改变世界的进程迈出了重要的一步。
最佳家庭影院：Optoma 4K Alexa投影仪
这个Windows 10 二合一看起来可能是一个奇怪的选择，但它值得获得这个头衔：Snapdragon 835芯片组，让手机启动速度非常快，一次充电可使用长达20小时。优秀的键盘和可添加数据的SIM卡，为奔波的工作达人们提供了一台非常合适移动设备。
最佳电视产品：LG 2018 C系列OLED
LG的下一代OLED电视比以前更加美观。 入门级B8之上的C8系列使用了该公司新推出的新型Alpha 9处理器，可以充分利用新增的Google助手。 虽然LG自己的科技并没体现出来; 但，它现在正在与Google合作提供完善的电视体验。
最佳游戏产品：HTC Vive Pro
HTC已经是Vive的PC VR领域的领导者，其最新的头显在原有模型上进行了升级。 HTC Vive Pro增加了集成3D音频，更舒适的头带，双前置摄像头，两个麦克风和加强的分辨率 - 每英寸2,880 x 1,600像素和615像素。 Vive Pro的更新虽然不是革命性的，但却使VR行业朝着正确的方向不断前进。
联想，又是你~ 今年不再满足其流行的旗舰笔记本电脑ThinkPad X1系列的所增加的更新，联想添加了有意义的改进，如内置隐私快门和双远场麦克风，从远处进行出色的语音控制。添加豪华杜比视觉HDR显示屏，舒适的键盘，嵌入式eSIM和Alexa支持传入系统，Thinkpad X1Carbon 是一个拥有18年最好的技术的全面笔记本电脑。
在我们的家变得更智能的同时，我们希望我们的城市也变得更智能。但即使是最潮的城市，完成这个壮举的成本往往也是令人瞩目的。因此，企业正在寻找将智能城市设备与现有的基础设施相连接的方法。 Wi-Fiber已经建立了一个灯柱头，在其纤细的身体内包含安全摄像头，物联网和市政WiFi设备。 它甚至使基本的街道照明升级，提供改变颜色或闪光直接应急服务为危机时刻提供指引。
大众评选奖：戴尔 x Nikki珠宝
Presenting the Best of CES 2018 winners!
Finally, after long hours of debating about which of our finalists should win our Best of CES awards this year, we've made our decisions. Below is our list of winners for each category, as well as Best of the Best and People's Choice. Congratulations to all winners and finalists!
Best Accessibility Tech: Xenoma e-skin pajamas
Accessibility has become a major theme at CES, and it's one of the harder categories to judge because of all the potentially life-changing tech on the floor. But Xenoma's e-skin pajamas took the prize this year thanks to its innovative fabric sensors that can stand up to the abuse of a washing machine and don't need any sort of liquid or gel to keep conductivity with your skin.
Best Startup: Black Box VR
Black Box VR is building the gym of the future. Using the HTC Vive, motion-tracking controllers and specially designed workout equipment, Black Box turns exercise into a video game. The plan is to set up a boutique gym in San Francisco this year, where members can strap into a game, work out and attempt to land on the local leaderboards. This is just the beginning of the VR fitness market.
Best Digital Health and Fitness Product: L'Oreal UV Sense
The smaller a device is, the more wearable it becomes, and that's one of the reasons that L'Oreal's UV Sense is so intriguing. It's a UV sensor no bigger than a thumbnail that tells you, via your smartphone, how much sun exposure you've received each day. The benefits are twofold: Not only could this help prevent skin cancer, it's also a key step on a micro-wearable computing journey that could revolutionize the world.
Best Wearable: L'Oreal UV Sense
For a while, the phrase "wearable" was primarily synonymous with "fitness tracker you probably wear on your wrist." L'Oreal's tiny UV Sense tracker shows just how much the definition of wearable has changed, while also providing a very concrete, specific benefit. The tiny sensor requires no battery; it just attaches to your fingernail and tracks UV exposure -- the data are picked up by your phone. Hopefully, this is a precursor to other minimally-invasive health trackers we'll see in the future.
Best Transportation Technology: Toyota e-Palette
The automotive world is flooded with the word mobility. It's become shorthand for ride-hailing and car sharing. Toyota saw mobility and decided that in addition to getting people around, it's important to transport their goods and their small business. The e-Palette is a vehicle that resembles a train car, but more than that, it's an opportunity for businesses big and small to take retail and delivery to the next level. It can be a taxi, food truck, flower mart, delivery truck, office or even a place to sleep. It's a blank slate on wheels, and in this quickly changing world, that might be exactly what we need.
Best Home-Theater Product: Optoma 4K Alexa Projector
Why don't you already have a projector? Thanks to recent advances in DLP tech, we're running out of excuses for sticking with smallish TVs. The Optoma HD51A combines quality and convenience -- courtesy of its new link to Alexa voice commands -- with a price that will fit many home-theater budgets.
Best Connected-Home Product: Lenovo Smart Display
At a show full of connected fridges and smart appliances, it's the Lenovo Smart Display that gets the prize for Best Connected Home. It's one of the first smart displays in the Google ecosystem and it's -- at this point, anyway -- definitely the best. Its stellar Google Assistant implementation combined with great design makes this everything we wish the Echo Show was, and more.
Best Innovation (Disruptive Tech): Toyota e-Palette
If Toyota has its way, in the not-so-distant future your favorite retail store or restaurant will come to you. The potential for the e-Palette to bring an autonomous vehicle that can not only change the delivery market, but bring an entire small shop to you, is pretty insane. Ditto for a food truck or ride-sharing service. There are a lot of uses for this vehicle, all of which take us further into our self-driving future. And with e-Palette, Toyota shows how technology can affect not only cars, trucks or buses but business as a whole.
Best Phone or Mobile Device: Lenovo Miix 630
This Windows 10 2-in-1 may seem like an odd choice, but it fits the bill because of what's inside it: a Snapdragon 835 chipset, just like the one in your phone. As a result, the Lenovo Miix 630 is incredibly fast to wake up, and its battery can withstand as many as 20 hours of use on a single charge. Throw in an excellent keyboard and the ability to add a SIM card inside for on-the-go data and we just might have the perfect machine for road warriors.
Best TV Product: LG 2018 C-Series OLED
LG's next OLED TVs are even smarter and better-looking than before. The C8-series, the step above the entry-level B8, sports the company's fast new Alpha 9 processor, which is put to good use powering the newly added Google Assistant. LG's own tech isn't going anywhere; instead, it's now working together with Google to deliver a complete TV experience.
Best Gaming Product: HTC Vive Pro
HTC is already a leader of the PC VR world with the Vive, and its latest headset upgrades the original model in a few crucial ways. The HTC Vive Pro adds integrated 3D audio, a more comfortable head strap, dual front-facing cameras, two mics and beefed-up resolution -- 2,880 x 1,600 combined and 615 pixels per inch. The Vive Pro is a slight but welcome update that keeps the VR industry moving in the right direction.
Best Unexpected Product: My Special Aflac Duck
A corporate cuddly toy isn't typical fare for the Best of CES, but Aflac's Special Duck certainly deserved a place. Designed to support children diagnosed with cancer, it has features like a port-a-cath with an RFID chip for children to familiarize themselves with chemotherapy treatment, as well as emoji cards which allow the duck to express the child's emotions for them. It's also cute, fluffy and cuddly. Aflac has plans to get the toy to all children diagnosed with cancer in the US, free of charge. It's hard to argue with that plan.
Best Sports Tech: Prevention Biometrics Head Impact Monitor System (HIMS)
Prevent Biometrics' mouthguard combines advanced sensors with connectivity that could improve and save the lives of athletes. When a severe collision is detected, medical staff on the sidelines are alerted immediately, offering the best chance of a proper response to injury. With long-running controversy concerning concussions in football and other competitive sports, it's sports tech with significance.
Best PC or Tablet: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon
Not content with an incremental update to its popular Thinkpad X1 line of flagship laptops this year, Lenovo added meaningful improvements like a built-in privacy shutter and twin far-field mics for excellent voice control from a distance. Add a sumptuous Dolby Vision HDR display, a comfortable keyboard, embedded eSIM and Alexa support incoming, and the Thinkpad X1 Carbon is a well-rounded laptop that bundles the best tech of 2018.
Best Robot or Drone: Sony AIBO
Sony's adorable robot dog is back. This time, AIBO is more intelligent, connected and agile. As well as being a pettable companion, it has an onboard camera allows it to act as an adorably mobile webcam. Its OLED eyes are extremely expressive, and its WiFi and LTE connectivity allow it to function on the move. It's a true return to form for perhaps the most popular consumer robot ever.
Best Vision of the Future (Smart City): Wi-Fiber Intelli-Platform Integrated Streetlights
We want our cities to be smart, but often the cost of accomplishing such a feat would be eye-watering even for the most-flush of folks. Consequently, companies are looking for ways to bolt on smart-city equipment to existing infrastructure. Wi-Fiber has built a lamppost head that contains security cameras, IoT and municipal WiFi equipment within its slender body. It even gives basic street lighting an upgrade, offering the ability to change color or flash to direct emergency services straight to where the crisis is.
Best of the Best: Toyota e-Palette
Technology is supposed to open up new opportunities. But sometimes it keeps us in a well-defined box based on a company's profit plan. At CES, Toyota introduced its own sort of box, the e-Palette. The rolling rectangle will be whatever the owners dream up. A delivery van, a mobile retail space, an office, maybe even the most obvious, a food truck. Available in different sizes and open to whatever its owner can come up with, Toyota's concept represents opportunity to large corporations. But more important, to small businesses.
People's Choice Winner: Dell x Nikki Reed Circular Collection Jewelry
Nearly 29,000 people voted in our People's Choice poll, and after 24 hours, there was a clear, undisputed winner. With over 30 percent of the vote (for context: second place only received 9 percent of the vote), the winner of our People's Choice award this year is the Dell x Nikki Reed Circular Collection Jewelry. It turns out that thousands of people were big fans of Dell and Nikki Reed's collaboration to recycle expired computer parts and make them into rings and earrings. Congratulations!