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Digital Trends Names Impossible Burger 2.0 Top Tech of CES 2019

PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. 11, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Digital Trends, the world's largest independent tech publisher, announced today its picks for the top tech of CES 2019.

It's a Hamburger.

Digital Trends names Impossible Burger 2.0 Top Tech of CES 2019

Leading the pack as winner overall is the Impossible Burger 2.0, the latest iteration of plant based meat from Impossible Foods, the standard in food tech.

"By shrinking the flavor gap between real meat and fake meat, Impossible is making it easier for everyone to make more environmentally conscious food choices — and that's a big deal," explains Drew Prindle, emerging tech editor at Digital Trends. "Animal agriculture is the number one cause of environmental destruction in the world, so reducing humanity's consumption and cultivation of meat is arguably one of the most effective ways that we can combat climate change."

CES, the Consumer Electronics Show, is the nation's biggest annual tech events, kicking off each new year by showcasing the best and most exciting upcoming innovations and gadgets before they hit markets.

The selection of Impossible as the Top Tech Winner marks a growing trend in technology.  Digital Trends Editor in Chief calls it the "Tech for Good" movement.  "We've seen and heard a lot of tough news around tech recently.  What we want to bring more attention to are the ways that scientific thinking and advances in connectivity are going to have a true impact on the way we live." 

In addition to the awards, Digital Trends features extensive coverage of the show through breaking news, product roundups, a daily livestream, and up to the minute updates on social media.

Digital Trends' editorial staff selected winners for the following categories: audio, automotive, computing, emerging tech, home appliance, mobile, photography, rideables, smart home, video, wearables, health & wellness, security, sleep, tech for good, and winner overall.

Here are the winners by category:

-Top Tech Winner   

Impossible Burger 2.0


Klipsch Reference Wireless WiSA home theater system


Harley-Davidson LiveWire


Asus ZenBook S13

-Emerging Tech    

Impossible Burger 2.0

Fluidity FT Aviator

The North Face Futurelight

-Home Appliance   

KitchenAid Smart Oven+


Google Assistant on Google Maps


NexOptic DoubleTake


Lime-S Generation 3 e-scooter

-Smart Home        

Kohler Numi 2.0 toilet


Samsung Micro LED


Kate Spade Scallop 2 Smartwatch

-Health & Wellness   



Ring Door View Cam


Philips SmartSleep Snoring Relief Band

-Tech for Good   

Cocoon Beehive

For detailed reviews of each product, please see

About CES
CES is a consumer electronics expo produced and operated by the Consumer Technology Association. It gathers thought leaders, developers, digital pioneers, and tech enthusiasts to showcase the best up and coming market-ready and beta stage technologies. CES is the platform many companies use to introduce their newest products to the public. The first CES (then called the Consumer Electronics Show) was in 1967 in New York City. Since 2005, it's taken place annually in Las Vegas, Nevada. For more details on this year's event, please see

About Digital Trends
Digital Trends is a leading consumer technology publisher helping people navigate an increasingly digital world. With easy-to-understand product reviews, entertaining news and videos, Digital Trends serves more than 30 million unique visitors each month. Digital Trends reaches 100 million tech influencers through their own media network, and its syndicate partners include Yahoo!, Oath, Flipboard, Cheddar, Amazon, FOX News and more than 200 broadcast news stations. Digital Trends is headquartered in Portland, OR with offices in New York City, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Detroit, Toronto and Chicago. For more information, visit

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The biggest innovation at CES 2019 is a hamburger

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