Opening day

Thursday is opening day at CES in Las Vegas, and the show floor is packed. With hundreds of thousands of square feet of gadgets, there's a lot to see, and everywhere you look, screens are sparkling with the newest in digital technology by the world's leading entertainment companies.

Take a look at just a few of the sights at CES 2010.

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3D

3D technology is huge this year at CES, and it seems everyone wants in on the multi-dimensional action.

From flat screens to movies to video games, everything is heading into 3D territory. Here, attendees, play video games in 3D running on Intel i7 processors.

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Intel uncut wafer

A 2010 Intel Core Processor uncut wafer at the Intel booth on Thursday at CES in Las Vegas.
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Dell Adamo XPS

An attendee at the Intel booth holds the ultrathin Dell Adamo XPS on Thursday at CES in Las Vegas.
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Dell Adamo XPS

The ultrathin laptop Dell Adamo XPS unlocks and open with the swipe of a finger across the latch.
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OpenFrame 7

The OpenFrame 7 by OpenPeak is a household Web navigation system that brings together voice, video, and data into a single touchscreen device for the home.
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Video Name Tag

The Video Name Tag has 2GB of storage and plays video loops as a new way to market yourself and your brand to potential clients.
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Ultra thin TV

You can barely see its profile, but these new, ultrathin flat-panel TVs from LG are just 24.8 millimeters thick.
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LG

In the Center hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center, on day one of CES, the LG booth is swarming with people and colors.
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Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga and Dr. Dre made an appearance at the Monster booth on Thursday at CES.
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Samsung

The DualView cameras from Samsung have two LCD screens, one on the back and one on the front, making it easier to shoot self-portrait photos and video.
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eReader

An attendee plays with one of Samsung's new eReaders at the Samsung booth at CES on Thursday in Las Vegas.
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Samsung

A dome like structure at the Samsung booth at CES reflects the hundreds of flat screens and attendees wandering the show floor.
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Xbox

The Xbox is getting a lot of attention at the Microsoft booth at CES in Las Vegas.
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Microsoft

Surround by dozens of PCs at the Microsoft booth, laptop are getting thinner and thinner and becoming more versatile.
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Thin and colorful

Powerful gaming and thin laptops take center stage along with sleeker lines and colors at the Microsoft booth.
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Wall of sound

A touch enabled wall of sound was the playful centerpiece of the Microsoft booth.
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Touch and feel

It was a hands-on experience at the Microsoft booth, with laptops available for all to play with.
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Windows media player

Windows Media Player is becoming a broader platform to view home content. Here, an attendee walks past a wall of images inside the Microsoft booth.
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Windows enabled

Windows enabled cars were on display, providing both entertainment access for the consumer and business tools for commercial users.
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