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Intel

Intel has a massive booth as always.

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Samsung

Samsung's booth seems bigger than ever. An expansive array of products are on display from televisions and audio to refrigerators.

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Samsung

Samsung has a lot on display.

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Qualcomm

Qualcomm is doing a great job of educating visitors about the various integrations and applications of their technology.

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Panasonic

Panasonic's massive booth is enclosed with a fortress-like wall.

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Nikon

Nikon's bold yellow catches your eye from across the Convention Center every time.

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TCL

Always colorful, TCL's booth is lit up beautifully.

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LG

Upon arriving through a side entrance to the Central Hall you are met with LG's welcoming display at the opening to their huge booth.

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ZTE

ZTE has a large area this year.

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Huawei has a lot of phones to show.

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As expected, Parrot entertains visitors with drones dances in a caged space.

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Nvidia is in the South Hall.

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Changhong is prominently featured near the entrance of the Central Hall.

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Hisense has a pretty color-shifting light pattern going on.

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Dish has some major buzz in it's booth.

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