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Picks include Razer's Forge TV and Intel's Compute Stick

PCR’s top 20 picks from CES 2015

With so many new products unveiled at CES this year, it was difficult to select the best picks from the tradeshow.

The team at PCR has whittled it down to 20 of the top picks that we think you should look out for.

1) AMD revealed its full lineup of FreeSync monitors, collaborating with various technology partners, including BenQ, LG, Nixeus, Samsung and Viewsonic.

2) Mad Catz unveiled its Mobile Hybrid Controller, named L.Y.N.X, which will be available in March.

3) Razer’s mini PC console was showcased at CES. The Forge TV features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805. The company also unveiled the Nabu X smartband and the Turret keyboard featuring a built-in mouse mat.

4) Turtle Beach announced its is entering the PC keyboard and mouse market, with new peripherals. 

5) Intel unveiled a range of products at CES including a new Compute Stick, wearable chip and 5th Gen Broadwell processors.

6) A gaming keyboard featuring an integrated slot, which holds a user’s smartphone, was debuted by Roccat this year. 

7) Samsung unveiled its new portable SSD T1, which is available in 250GB, 500GB and 1TB storage capacities, along with a 105-inch bendable TV.

8) One of the new products from Asus include the Tranformer Book Chi, which is available in three different sizes.

9) Toshiba revealed its rival to the Surface Pro 3, the the Portégé Z20t, a 2-in-1 detachable PC. It is priced at $1,399 (£917).

10) HP revealed the Zvr, the company’s new 23.6-inch virtual reality display, which comes equipped with four separate cameras for eye tracking. 

11) Lenovo’s Yoga Tablet 2 with AnyPen was revealed, which can treat any metal object as a stylus. The company also added another product to its ThinkPad portfolio at CES. The X1 Carbon Thinkpad ultrabook was unveiled, the lightest 14-inch ultrabook in the world, weighing under 2.9 pounds. 

12) Tobii’s new eye tracking system, is coming to the gaming market, in partnership with SteelSeries. 

13) New products from Dell included the Dell XPS 13 laptop, the smallest 13-inch laptop from the company, as well as the Dell Inspiron 23, an all-in-one PC.

14) MSI’s GS30 Shadow gaming laptop and dock was at CES this year, which features a 13.3-inch display, an Intel chip and 16GB of RAM.

15) Creative showcased its latest Sound Blaster X7, which delivers up to 100W to passive bookshelf and tower speakers. The X7 is available for purchase now. 

16) Mionix’s prototype for its latest quantified gaming mouse was available at CES, which features built-in art sensors.

17) Nvidia also unveiled its Tegra X1 ‘super chip’ for cars. It has 256 processor cores, a 64-bit CPU and 4K video capabilities.

18) A tri-band router appeared at CES from D-Link. It can deliver the full Wi-Fi bandwidth of 5,300Mbps.

19) More wearable products were at CES this year, including Garmin’s Vivosmart Active smartwatch. It can track steps and calories burnt and has an OLED screen.

20) The new Chromebook 15 from Acer was showcased at CES. It has a 15.6-inch display and is powered by 5th Generation Intel Core i3 and Intel Celeron processors. 

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