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CES 2003: Sights and sounds

If you couldn't make it to this year's Consumer Electronics Show, CNET News.com has you covered. Among our video clips you'll find products ranging from stunning plasma displays to Bill Gates showing off his new SPOT-capable watch.

If you couldn't make it to this year's Consumer Electronics Show, CNET News.com has you covered. Among our video clips you'll find products ranging from stunning plasma displays to Bill Gates showing off his new SPOT-capable watch.

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Sony dives into DVD with new recorder
Michael Smith, training manager, Sony

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Panasonic aims high with new plasma TVs
Ed Wolff, vice president, Panasonic

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Clie cleans up on features
Matt Madden, senior training specialist, Sony

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Microsoft's Media Center goes mobile
Jodie Cadieux, marketing manager, Microsoft

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Sony revs up Vega engine in plasma TVs
Sean McBride, training manager, Sony

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Panasonic flips for 4-in-1 recorder
Yong Lee, product specialist, Panasonic

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Microsoft pushes play on Media2Go
John O'Rourke, senior director, Microsoft

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Roomba robot gives your home a clean sweep
Helen Greiner, president, iRobot

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See SPOT run
Steven Guggenheimer, senior director, Microsoft

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Nintendo trims down Game Boy
Thom Leonard, product manager, Nintendo

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Taking the lid off Centrino
Tom Agostino, marketing manager, Intel

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Adobe takes the family photo album digital
Bryan Lamkin, senior vice president, Adobe Systems

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Sony's new camcorder ditches tape for DVD
Amy Gerbec, product manager, Sony

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Tiny camcorder fits in your pocket
Brian Cooley, host, CNET Radio, and JR deSouza, product manager, Samsung

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Samsung shows off biggest LCD TV
Brian Cooley, host, CNET Radio, and Jonas Tanenbaum, marketing manager, Samsung

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Intel gears up for gamers
Craig Barrett, CEO, Intel

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Intel introduces Centrino
Craig Barrett, CEO, Intel

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All-in-one box for couch potatoes
Desmond Crisis, host, CNET Radio, and John Bastian, president, Hy-Tek Manufacturing

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Blaupunkt's cinema on wheels
Desmond Crisis, host, CNET Radio, and Andrew Cho, product manager, Blaupunkt

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Sony: CoCoon will transform TV
Kunitake Ando, president, Sony

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Computer mouse carries a tune
Desmond Crisis, host, CNET Radio

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Sony clicks with new Clie
Kunitake Ando, president, Sony

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It's time for smart objects
Bill Gates, chairman, Microsoft

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Microsoft's vision for the home
Bill Gates, chairman, Microsoft, and Steven Guggenheimer, Microsoft

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Gadgets galore expected at CES
Brian Cooley, Host, CNET Radio and David Coursey, AnchorDesk Executive Editor, ZDNet