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We went through all of Central Hall at CES 2018 to bring you the biggest and best booths in all their magnificent grandeur. First up: Intel. 

The chip giant has a huge booth as you walk in the LVCC's Central Hall. It's the very first thing you see and sets the tone for a bunch of exciting booths to come. 

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Samsung's facade has a light up display that looks kind of Blade Runner-y. Like you're entering some kind of future city. 

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Sony is straight back down the end of the long hallway just north of Central Hall. This is by far one of the largest areas for a single company's displays.

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TCL's booth looks like a giant clown sneezed on it, in the best possible way. Looking good with colorful lighting and tons of TV displays.

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Panasonic is an enclosed area with lots to see in various branches of tech.

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Huawei is just a few booths in, next to Qualcomm. The pink of the Huawei logo contrasts beautifully with the stark white of the booth. 

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Nikon's impressive booth design has a stage for noteworthy speakers in the photography world -- as well as a few surprise robots!

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Casio has a simple but undoubtedly large area in the middle of central hall.

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Polaroid has a lot of eye-catching colorful displays and a giant camera! You can't miss it.

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Qualcomm's booth is soothingly lit and has lots of space for business chats.

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Canon went all-in with beautiful rainbow gradients on every wall of its new booth.

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Changhong is one of the lesser known Chinese companies here in the US. But it has a giant presence at CES.  

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Hisense is close to the front entrance and has a lot of TVs in its massive booth area.

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