Blue Ant was showing off its just-announced stereo headset and Bluetooth S3 car speakerphone.
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Big Dolby billboard.
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The Eton Raptor has a built-in altimeter, barometer, compass, solar panel, and USB charger. It's also splashproof. It's targeted at snowboarders and outdoor enthusiasts.
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This is the Eton portable solar-powered iPod/iPhone boom box, the Soulra XL.
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Iomega was offering booth visitors an assortment of flare (see "Office Space").
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Creative Labs had a new wireless gaming headset and USB-powered PC speakers (partnership with Cambridge SoundWorks).
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The PR gals for the Jawbone Jambox took to the floor of the show.
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A company called Kicker, which makes iPod boom boxes and headphones, had a glass head full of earbuds.
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Kodak was promoting a new compact camera and waterproof PlaySport video camera.
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Kodak brought some drinks into the mix.
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LG's appliance section.

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LG had a DJ in its booth.

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Oakley was going 3D at CES with a new line of glasses.

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Sharp was showing a smartphone that had a 3D display. You could take a picture and then see the photo on the screen in 3D without glasses. The smartphone is available in Japan but not the U.S.--yet.
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Sharp was doing a 3D demo with the smartphone doubling as a Webcam (the phone was connected to a TV). She was the subject.

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Skullcandy headphone reps.

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Live music at the Skullcandy booth. The "dancers" were tossing iPhone cases and wristbands to the crowd.

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Artist at Skullcandy booth.

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Sony was showing a lot of 3D demos.

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Tiffen camera filters had a Playboy angle.

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Polaroid's new old-school camera that shoots real Polaroids.

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Tip Solutions took to the floor with models equipped with LCDs stored in backpacks to promote their product.

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Mobile advertising.

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Samsung had a huge booth with its usual blue and white theme. Zoll is Samsung's answer to the Dell dude, only smaller.

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Wowee portable speaker.

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iSkin iPad case.

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RedLaser went with red for its theme to promote its app.

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Toddy makes microfiber cloths for wiping down the iPad and smartphones. They come in a variety of colors.

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Audiobahn car audio.

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Casio was promoting its new Tryx camera.

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PlayWithMe apparently lets you play games with...

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...these peeps.

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iDesai is health "In touch with your heart."

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LG greeters.

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Skunk Juice earphones.

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