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Photos: The center of the action at CES 2008

Smack in the middle of the Las Vegas Convention Center, Central Hall shows off some of CES' wildest booths and exhibits.

CNET Reviews staff
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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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If you just purchased a massive TV with that Christmas bonus and don't have cash left over to have it professionally installed, consider TV Wall Mounting Kits for Dummies.
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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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