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StikAx | G4TechTV Best of CES Finalist

StikAx | G4TechTV Best of CES Finalist
CES Las Vegas 2005

An established panel of judges including editors from Maxim, FHM, Stuff, Men’s Health, PC World, Sync Magazine and IGN, along with G4techTV product experts, chose the best and the brightest from more than 5,000 new products that made their debut at the 2005 International CES. The competition was only open to exhibitors at the show.

“Being a finalist in G4techTV’s Best of CES awards is a clear indication that your product is one of the top new consumer electronic products to be released in 2005.” G4TechTV.

“The competition was fierce this year,” commented Andrew Hawn, G4techTV’s Product Lab Director and coordinator of the contest. “The level of innovation and caliber of products submitted blew our judges away..”

The StikAx was one of three finalists in the Accessories category.

Accessories
Peripheral devices and software that enhance the other categories without replacing them. Includes innovative apparel, adapters, carrying cases, and add-ons.

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Winner: Oxyride Extreme Power Batteries (AA&AAA) by Panasonic

Finalists:

Ministry of Sound StikAx by Highandes
SecuriKey Professional Edition (For MAC & PC) by Griffin Technologies

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