CES 2008 is packed with visitors. It's easy to get lost amid the crowds, especially in Central Hall.
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Microsoft displayed its Surface technology at the Microsoft booth in the Central Hall today. It featured interactive wine software that works with a Surface-integrated table to "read" glasses of wine. The software delivers food pairing recommendations, tannin information, and a map of where the wine is made. You can even e-mail the wine's name to yourself from the table.
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The Casio booth shows off its latest camera equipment. The company just announced that the EXILIM Pro EX-F1, which can capture 60 still frames per second, will be available for purchase in March 2008.
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DLP Texas Instruments' lineup includes a multimedia projector taking the form of R2-D2.
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A satellite Sanyo booth features its rechargable battery brand, Eneloop, aimed at creating clean energy with less waste.
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Sanyo also had a variety of waterproof products on hand for consumers to try out in its underwater display.
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If you want a break from all the lights and rush of people in Central Hall, just head over to the Visteon booth to hang out in its white, blow-up dome. Visteon, which specializes in automotive electronics, is displaying several HD radio kits as well as headrest entertainment systems.
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And for those people with more contemporary taste, it's the DLP curved matrix display.
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Retro is the name of the game at PF3D. Check out the company's take on a new reel-to-reel using standard audio tape.
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Intel kicks it into fifth gear, letting attendees try on a Formula One vehicle for size.
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