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Times Internet announces the inauguration edition of Gadgets Now awards

Times Internet is holding the inaugural edition of The Times of India Gadgets Now Awards which aim to honour and celebrate the best gadgets of the past one year across various categories. These include smartphones, laptops, tablets, audio devices, TVs, wearables and more. The awards will be presented in a ceremony to be held on January 30, 2019, in Gurgaon.

The Times of India Gadgets Now awards are focused on and driven by an unbiased passion for gadgets that actually matter for Indian consumers. The central theme of the awards is 'Ease of Use'. Commenting on the inaugural edition, Puneet Gupt, COO - Times Internet said, “We are excited to announce the inaugural edition of the The Times Of India Gadgets Now Awards and are certain that that with a rigorous selection process and an eminent jury, this will soon be the most coveted award in the gadgets category.”

There are two sets of awards: The Times of India-Gadgets Now Awards, to be adjudicated by an eminent jury, and Times of India-Gadgets Now People's Choice Award, to be decided through online voting. Readers can vote for their favourite gadgets on for the all the Popular Choice categories. Voting commences on January 15 and will continue till January 24, 2019. 


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