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The Best of CES 2013 award winner was just announced, so it's a good time to look back at the winners from 2000-2103 and see where they ended up. We'll be looking at some products that took off, while others at least introduced ground-breaking technology. And don't forget the complete failures. As Matt Baxter-Reynolds wrote, "most of the solutions at CES are looking for a solution." Companies that were good at this were successful while those that weren't lost a lot of money.
2013 winner: The winner of this year's Best of Show award is the Razor Edge, a 10-inch, Windows 8 gaming tablet. The Edge adds gaming console-like buttons and sticks and makes the Edge a large gaming handheld. To develop Edge, Razor used a crowd-sourcing experiment to find out what potential users want in a mobile gaming sytem. CNET says the Edge "looks like a tablet but has the guts of a high-powered ultrabook."