1. Innovation of the Year: Razer Switchblade
The killer tech in this incredible, ultra-portable, gaming “concept PC” – you can’t actually buy it yet – is an infinitely customisable keyboard, where each key can change its purpose and even appearance to suit the game being played. The tech has made its way into the just-unleashed Razer Blade laptop, and if Razer decides to licence its technology further afield, who knows where we’ll see it appearing next. Smartphones? Tablets? Spaceships? A mouth-watering prospect.
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What the judges said...
“This high-concept mini gaming PC could be perfect for MMO fans on the move – if it ever actually hits the shops, that is”
Patrick Goss, Editor, TechRadar.com
On October 10th 2011, the red carpet welcomed 600 of the great and good of the technology world to witness the T3 Gadget Awards 2011. Hosted at Old Billingsgate Market, London, it was a sumptuous affair, replete with famous faces, glorious winning highs and plenty of Champagne to commiserate the runners-up.
With more than 950,000 reader votes contributing to the esteemed judges’ final selection process, the T3 Gadget Awards remains the biggest technology prize-giving ceremony and most influential accolade of its kind. As we prepare for this year's ceremony, take a look back at the big winners from the 2011 T3 Gadget Awards.