Winners of Macworld/iWorld 2013 Best of Show Announced

At the bustling Moscone Center in San Francisco, over 250 exhibitors have gathered alongside a host of media personnel and enthusiastic attendees. The team from Macworld has secluded themselves to deliberate and select the top innovations from the exhibition floor. Discover their top picks by clicking here:

  • The Belkin Thunderstorm is an innovative iPad case featuring integrated speakers, complemented by an app that customizes sound settings.

    It is priced at $199.99.

  • The Blue Nessie is a USB microphone designed to simplify audio recording, even in noisy environments like trade shows. It is available for $100.

  • Boinx Software iStopMotion 2 continues to impress with its latest version, which introduces enhanced audio capabilities and recording via the iPad microphone. Our past reviews can be found here.

  • The Double Robotics Double, priced at $1,999 after a $500 pre-order discount, combines an iPad stand with a mobile base, reminiscent of a Segway.

    Mike Schramm’s review highlights it as one of the coolest innovations at this year’s Macworld.

  • The Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500 is a powerful scanner capable of processing 25 double-sided pages per minute, with an iOS app that facilitates direct receipt of scanned images on your devices.

  • The Henge Horizontal Dock is another product that has caught our attention. Victor Agreda’s insights on another Henge product, the Gravitas, are available, and we will soon share our experiences with the horizontal dock.

  • Reallusion CrazyTalk 7 offers Mac users robust facial animation software, allowing the integration of images with voice recordings to create 3D videos. An iOS app is expected to launch in the coming months.

  • The Seagate Wireless Plus is a 1 TB external hard drive that creates its own WiFi network, enabling easy backup from iOS devices.

  • The Spicebox Mauz is still in the fundraising stage on Kickstarter.

    Chris

    Matthew is a dedicated writer for TUAW, bringing insightful and engaging content to Apple enthusiasts around the world. With a deep love for all things Apple, Matthew covers everything from the latest iPhone and iPad releases to MacBook innovations and Apple Watch updates. His articles are known for their clarity and depth, making complex tech topics accessible to everyone. When he’s not writing, Matthew enjoys exploring new apps and testing out the latest Apple gadgets.