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Scenes from Day 1 at CES (pictures)

On the first official day of CES, our team of writers and photographers scoured the show floor looking for interesting new tech. Here are some pictures of what we saw.

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Jennifer Guevin
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Panasonic 20-inch tablet

LAS VEGAS--Panasonic has a 20-inch 4K tablet prototype on display at its booth at CES.
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Razer Edge

CNET editors Rich Brown and Scott Stein got some hands-on time with the Razer Edge portable gaming device today. The tablet-PC-game console was originally introduced in prototype form under the name Project Fiona at CES 2012.
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Panasonic TV

Panasonic displayed a prototype 56-inch 4K OLED TV, claiming it is the world's biggest.
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Sharon and the spider

CNET reporter Sharon Vaknin rides a robotic spider in the parking lot outside the Las Vegas Convention Center, right next to CNET's edit trailer. You can watch video of the spider in action here.
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ZTE Grand S

As part of its high-end line of Grand Series handsets, ZTE today unveiled the Grand S. The phone is equipped with a 5-inch full HD touch screen, which features 440ppi and is made out of Corning Gorilla Glass. The 4G LTE handset also ships natively with Android Jelly Bean and is powered by a 1.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon S4 processor.
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Next Big Thing

In CNET's popular Next Big Thing SuperSession, Brian Cooley, Molly Wood, Fared Adib, Sheryl Connelly, James Fishler, and Mark Cuban (from left) discuss the implications of a connected world.
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CNET's Molly Wood, with the help of a trained special effects professional, pull a poor, unsuspecting gadget out of a bucket of liquid nitrogen. In a live taping of the Always On show, Molly and Brian Tong put all manner of gadgets through extreme endurance tests, including baking them in an oven, dunking them in a fish tank, dropping them from about 9 feet, and freezing them in liquid nitrogen.
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CNET's Brian Tong and cool guy LL Cool J hang out at the CNET booth after an onstage interview.
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Consumer Electronics Association Ambassador Felicia Day (left) bonds with CNET editors Jeff Bakalar (center) and Justin Yu over Skyrim and Far Cry. Watch the whole episode of The 404 filmed at the CNET stage here.
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Arianna Huffington (left) and CNET's Dan Farber talk at the CNET stage about her recent initiative, a mobile app to help people monitor their health and manage stress.

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