As usual Microsoft has a huge booth this year.
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Samsung's gigantic area catches the eye with a smattering of tv screens.
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Syfy's Booth is spherical and always seems to have some sort of celebrity appearance going on inside.
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Panasonic's 3D products are represented with this giant sand-sculpture.
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Sharp's booth is featuring a tablet of course.
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NBC is here to cover the show of course, but they have their own booth.
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Clickfree's booth-- promoting an automatic backup solution easy enough for your mom to use...
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Copia is making a splash with their social network and e-reading solutions.
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LG boasts that one pair of glasses will work with all of their 3d displays.
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Yahoo gives demonstrations of it's Connected TV.
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Audi's presence at CES resembles a typical auto show booth-- they are giving visitors a taste of the interior tech and audio experience in their latest models.
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The South hall features some large companies among many smaller booths.
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Samsung's booth seems bigger than ever. An expansive array of products are on display from televisions and audio to refrigerators.
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