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Best Of The Best At 2013 Consumer Electronics Show

(Credit: Rich Brown/CNET)

(Credit: Rich Brown/CNET)

Ian Bush Ian Bush
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By Ian Bush

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The Consumer Electronics Show is wrapping up in Las Vegas today. The week has brought us some new product launches and some technology to look forward to in the future. So what were the top gadgets on display?

The Razer Edge is a tablet, but so much more.

PHOTOS: 2013 Consumer Electronics Show

“Gamers are getting the full undiluted PC gaming experience with something that they can actually take with them.  It’s a portable, 11″ screen.”

CNET’s Donald Bell says it has accessories like a game pad and a dock to connect it to a TV.

The $990 Edge runs full Windows 8 with Intel Core and NVIDIA graphics chips under the hood, along with a solid state hard drive.

Other best-ofs include the Vizio 5.1 soundbar to amp up your flatscreen audio, and the Yotaphone:

“It’s a conventional Android smartphone screen on one side, and on the flip side, you’ve got an e-ink display, like a Kindle.”

On that second screen, you could have a shopping list or boarding pass pulled out without wasting a lot of battery life.

To read more about the best products at the Consumer Electronics Show, click here.