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January 10, 2007 at 12:12 PM

CES: Bluetooth superstars

At CES, the Bluetooth Special Interest Group announced today the winners in its second annual Best of CES Contest. The Bellevue-based SIG hosts the contest to highlight the new and consumer-friendly products on the short range wireless technology. It said 33 members submitted products this year in the categories of mobile phone, headset, audio, printing and imaging and human interface device.

Here are the winners (and finalists in parentheses):

Overall: Motorola O Rokr

Mobile Phone: Samsung Blackjack (Samsung SPH-m10).

Headset: Plantronics Discovery 665 (Motorola Portable Bluetooth Hands-Free Speaker).

Audio: Logitech FreePulse Wireless Headphones (Motorola O Rokr).

Printing and Imaging: HP Photosmart A618 (Kodak EasyShare Photo Printer 350).

Human interface device: Newton Peripherals MoGo Mouse X54 (Logitech diNovo Edge).

Honorable mentions: Parrot MK6000, Peiker Bluetouch Music, Jabra A125s.

For those at CES, try out the Bluetooth SIG’s trivia contest here.

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