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Day 2 at CES

Dolby sound

Crowds at CES

Sony 3D

Kokoro

Canon cameras

Canon cameras

Hyundai

Vaio P series

Bravia HD TVs

LG

TLC

Light and sound

Panasonic

Panasonic

Slick headphones

Turtle Beach

Nokia CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo

Zhou Houjian

On Friday, CES is in full swing. The show is packed and there's a lot to see, so come take a look at the some of the colorful scenes at CES.
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At the Dolby booth, a CES attendee samples some of the newest technology in sound, giving the audio from a PC full surround-sound quality.
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To manage the more than 100,000 people attending CES this year, stacks of barriers are lined up outside the convention center Friday morning, before being set out to manage the crowds.
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Immersed in a 3D environment, a CES attendee take a look at some of Sony's best multidimensional visual environments.
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Kokoro Company, which develops humanoid robots, displays their I-Fairy receptionist robot for the first time at CES.
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At the Canon booth in the Central Hall at CES, attendees get hands-on experience with some of Canon's newest cameras, including the Canon PowerShot SX200 IS Point & Shoot, Canon PowerShot SD790 IS, and HD video cameras.
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Canon 12.1-megapixel PowerShot A3100 IS cameras on display Friday at CES.
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The 9-megapixel Hyundai A9325 point-and-shoot cameras on display Friday at CES.
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This pink Sony Vaio P Series Lifestyle notebook, which weighs just 1.4 pounds, was a big hit with the crowd gathered to hold the miniature device.
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The Sony Bravia HD TVs were the centerpiece of the Sony booth in the Central Hall at CES.
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An attendee stares at the dozens of flat-screens lining the LG booth at CES.
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3D TLC demonstrates their immersive learning environments.
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Light and sound abound as attendees walked through the Dolby tunnel Friday at CES.
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A 152-inch HD plasma TV wowed viewers inside the Panasonic booth Friday at CES, displaying stunning videos of natural wonders.
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The Panasonic SC-ZT1 featuring Dolby Digital Plus at the Dolby booth at CES.
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Colorful Slick headphones hang in their display case at CES.
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Turtle Beach Ear Force X41 headphones featuring Dolby on display inside the Dolby booth at CES.
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Nokia CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo gives a keynote at CES Friday, discussing Nokia's intentions to serve mobile services to the world's underserved developing population.
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Zhou Houjian, Chairman of Hisense, gives a keynote address at the Hilton during CES Friday.
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