Electronics and Cameras

Game On!

by Joe Henry | January 16, 2017
Award winners will spend thousands of hours in front of a video game console.

Get a Clearer Picture on New Televisions

by Joe Henry | December 20, 2016
OLED and Super UHD technologies offer the latest and greatest television experience.

Como Audio Offers Great Sound, Simply

by Leo Jakobson | December 16, 2016
Audio icon Tom DeVesto's new music system offers high fidelity in a simple, smart, elegant package.

Polaroid Snap Touch Offers Colorful Self-Printing

by Leo Jakobson | October 06, 2016
The next generation instant-printing digital camera upgrades resolution and adds a touchscreen LCD.

Everything Is Connected

by Joe Henry | September 20, 2016
The growing popularity of home automation devices is making them an increasingly popular merchandise incentive award.

Sony Ups Its Noise-Canceling Game

by Leo Jakobson | September 06, 2016

Sony Electronics has announced a new flagship for its line of over-ear noise-canceling headphones.


Creative Features Bring New Interest to Digital Cameras

by Joe Henry | August 19, 2016
Instant-print and point-of-view action cams are keeping cameras cool.

Drones Fly Up the Award Popularity List

by Joe Henry | July 19, 2016
Regulatory certainty has helped incentive companies feel comfortable offering drones as awards.

Fujifilm FinePix XP90

by Leo Jakobson | July 05, 2016
A rugged action cam that can take what you throw at it.

Sony HDR-AS50R

by Leo Jakobson | June 28, 2016
This action cam puts the picture right on your wrist.

Bose Introduces Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones

by Josh Lieberman | June 13, 2016

Bose has unveiled three Bluetooth-powered headphone models, offering wireless versions of its popular noise-canceling headphones for the first time.

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