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2006 winner: The Creative Vision Zen:M music player was slated to be an iPod killer with a brighter screen, better battery life, a voice recorder and an FM tuner, the $330, and 30GB storage. And look at those colors.
2005 winner: Samsung's 67-inch DLP HDTV won because it was the biggest DLP set at the show. It could handle 1080p and was considered to be thin and light, and twice as sharp as previous models. And it was relatively inexpensive.
2004 winner: The 45-inch LCD screen on the Sharp Aquos LC45GD1U was the largest LCD flat panel on the planet at the time. The 1,920x1,080 pixels allowed HDTV content to be played in its native resolution, unlike comparable-sized plasma TVs.