Nintendo's Wii console bags Pocket-lint's 'gadget of the year' award    2007-11-26 04:59:01    

London, November 26 : Nintendo's groundbreaking Wii console was declared the gadget of the year at technology website's annual Gadget Awards recently.
Nintendo's groundbreaking Wii console was declared the gadget of the year at technology website's annual Gadget Awards recently.

The best-selling games machine beating off competition from Apple's much-hyped iPhone and Nokia's N95 mobile.

It also won the award for best console, beating Sony's Playstation 3 and the Xbox 360.

Apple's iPhone won the Best Smartphone award. However, the company's iPod Touch lost out to the lesser known Archos 605 Wi-Fi in the best mp3 player category.

According to the Mirror, the Awards were judged by a panel of top tech journalists.

The winners at the Pocket Lint Awards 2007 were:

"Best Gadget - Nintendo Wii

" Best MP3 Player - Archos 605 Wi-Fi

" Best Headphones - Sennheiser PXC450

" Best DAB radio - Pure Evoke - 1S

" Best Console - Nintendo Wii

" Best Smartphone - Apple iPhone

" Best Mobile Phone - Nokia N95

" Best Mobile Phone Accessory - Jawbone Bluetooth headset

" Best Satnav - Navman S901

" Best Car Gadget - Griffing itrip auto

" Best Compact Digital Camera - Fuji FinePix Z5fd

" Best DLSR Digital Camera - Canon EOS 40D DSLR digital camera

" Best Printer - Kodak Easyshare 5300 All In One Printer

" Best Laptop - Sony VAOI TX11N - ultraslim

" Best VoIP Accessory - Philips VOIP841

" Best TV - Pioneer Kuro

" Best Home Cinema Accessory - Apple TV

" Best Console Game - Gears of War, Xbox

" Best Sports and fitness gadget - Timex iControl

" Best Green Gadget - usbcell (ANI)
© 2007 ANI

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