The 12th annual Pocket-lint Gadget Awards will be taking place in a week and with voting closing on 20 November at midnight, you only have a couple of days left to tell us who you think should win each of the 12 categories.
The categories range from smartphones and tablets to laptops and wearables. A couple of categories have been dropped since last year including best phablet and best compact camera, but in their place we have added a new category in association with Internet Matters and that's the category we are focusing on in this feature.
Connected toys are becoming more and more popular so why not celebrate the best ones out there? Like all the other categories, which you can find out about in more depth through our Awards hub, the Best Connected Toy category has some excellent nominees. From Anki's app-controlled car racing game to DJI's Phantom 3 Professional drone, it's a tough competition.
Only one connected toy can take the crown though so click here to see the Awards nominees for 2015's Best Connected Toy in association with Internet Matters in a little more detail to help you make your mind up about which one should get your vote.
Voting in the 12th annual EE Pocket-lint Awards is now open so you can let us know which one of these great devices you think should win the Best Connected Toy award for this year and give us your verdict on all the other tech across the 11 select categories.
Winners will be announced at the exclusive event in London on 26 November in association with EE. Keep an eye on the EE Pocket-lint Gadget Awards 2015 hub for all the latest on how the voting works, who the elite judges are and the EE Pocket-lint Gadget Awards shortlist.
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