Presenting the winners of the Stuff Malaysia Readers' Awards 2015

See if your votes made your favourite gadget the winner in our annual tech awards

You’ve just made history in the world of tech with your votes.

In Stuff Malaysia's inaugural Readers' Choice Awards, the fight was pretty close between the usual suspects, with a few surprises thrown in that signal the change in your gadget habits.

As to whether your vote was the deciding one that gave these gadgets or brands their deserving win, you'll need to scroll down to find out.

App of the Year 2015: Uber

Getting around town isn’t easy. But when an app solves that first world problem for you with just a few taps, it’s no wonder you’ll name it the app of the year. So there you have it, you chose Uber for the sheer practicality of it being the best car-sharing app in town.

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Budget Smartphone of the Year 2015: Xiaomi Mi 4i

Make no mistake, Xiaomi isn’t just a maker of affordable smartphones. It’s also the undisputed king of budget Android devices, with the Xiaomi Mi 4i leading the charge.

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Camera of the Year 2015: Canon EOS 5DS

When it comes to system cameras, Canon usually takes the lead. And it’s no surprise that its flagship EOS 5DS, armed with a 50.6MP sensor and high speed 5fps shooting speed, tops the chart for the Readers’ Choice Awards.

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Fitness Wearable of the Year 2015: Fitbit Surge

Your health is important. And you’ve chose the Fitbit Surge as your preferred gadget to keep you on your toes. Simple yet functional, this fitness tracker is going places as the Fitness Wearable of the Year 2015.

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Gadget of the Year 2015: Apple iPhone 6s

The one gadget you can’t live without is still a smartphone. And you’ve made it very clear that Apple’s iPhone 6s is still the top choice if you had to choose a gadget of the year. Whether it’s for Facebook, WhatsApp or watching movies on this smartphone, the fact is, Apple’s still your preferred gadget.

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Game of the Year 2015: FIFA 16

Footballs fans have spoken. It’s Electronic Arts’ FIFA 16 that takes the crown as the Game of the Year. New game mechanics, more immersive game experience and so much more made this your choice for this year.

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Gaming Laptop of the Year 2015: Alienware 17

When it comes to gaming laptop, power matters. That, and a fine design that exudes the same sort of silent but unassuming power. The Alienware 17 has all that, which explains why your votes made it the Gaming laptop of the Year.

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Headphones of the Year 2015: Bose SoundLink around-ear wireless headphones II

A good pair of headphones can bring you untold satisfaction to your music experience. This comes in the form of the Bose SoundLink around-ear wireless headphones II, a well-balanced pair of in-ear headphones that deliver the perfect range of lows, mids and highs.

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Internet Service Provider of the Year 2015: Maxis

Keeping internet users happy isn’t an easy task. Apparently, Maxis managed to do that just fine. Because it has taken the top spot in this new category as the Internet Service Provider of the Year 2015.

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Laptop of the Year 2015: Apple MacBook

Design matters. Because from a wide range of laptops in 2015, you have narrowed down to the Apple MacBook as the Laptop of the Year. The sleek, thin and seemingly impossible-to-make laptop is so pretty, you just want to give it your vote.

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Phablet of the Year 2015: Samsung Galaxy Note 5

The bigger they are, the more you love them. This explains why you decided that Samsung’s latest phablet deserves a place in your pocket, and a place in our phablet of the year. Everything you love about the Android phablet is back, with more features, a better S Pen and faster performance to keep you entertained when you’re on the move.

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Smartphone of the Year 2015: Apple iPhone 6s

Year-on-year, Apple’s iPhone is always a non-surprising entry and winner in the Readers’ Choice. If anything, the newly introduced 3D Touch and Live Photos feature have made it stand out again in 2015.

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Speaker of the Year 2015: Razer Leviathan

Razer aptly calls its Leviathan the soundbar to rule them all. You made it known with your votes, making the 5.1 audio system the speaker of the year. Pair this up with your PC and you’re good to go for anything in the wastelands of Fallout 4.

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Tablet of the Year 2015: Microsoft Surface 3

For the last two years, Microsoft has proven that it does more than Windows software. Their focus on the hardware side of things have brought forth the hybrid laptop and tablet Surface series. This year, your votes have decided that the Microsoft Surface 3 is the undisputed king of the tablets.

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Tech Brand of the Year 2015: Apple

If you’ve been leaning your votes to the products made by this particular tech brand, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Apple is once again the preferred tech brand of the year. Its list of achievements, ranging from a radical redesign of the MacBook Air, to new ways of interacting with your iPhone using 3D Touch, have led them to this epic win.

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TV of the Year 2015: Samsung SUHD 4K Curved Smart TV JS9500 Series 9

We’re definitely ahead of the curve. Because if your votes awarded the coveted TV of the Year title to Samsung’s latest 4K curved TV, it’s clear that we’re ready for the future of TV.

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