The halls at the International CES are all abuzz as attendees hurriedly rush from one stage to another to catch the latest in technology.
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Peavey lets people try out their latest gear.
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Intel boasts its Hi-Def Lounge where guests may sit and enjoy video on laptops in the comfort of stylish chairs.
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Kevin Costner and Modern West play a packed show at the Gibson tent.
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If you're in the market for a new TV, you've come to the right place.
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ION's booth boasts everything from drum machines to the newest integrated DJ technology.
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Intel's booth attempts to translate for everyday consumers the company's advancements in silicon technology.
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Attendees are entertained during the lunch hour by live bands at the Music Giants soundstage.
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Xacti gives attendees a chance to try their hand at recording video of an electric violinist.
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Passersby are intrigued by the life-size celebrities that appear to be "talking" from their projected positions on a nearby pillar.
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Paul Otellini, Intel's CEO gave a keynote Monday at the Venetian that described an always-connected lifestyle.
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During the Intel keynote, Smash Mouth's lead singer, Steve Harwell, sang a song with his band supporting him via a remote connection, showing up onscreen as live avatars.
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Intel's Otellini also demonstrated a device loaded with GPS technology that can act as a translator for print and voice.
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