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Intel Core i5 power is demonstrated with some eye-catching graphics.
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What you are seeing inside this "UFO" 360-degree hologram display is an illusion.
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Bling My Thing will deck out just about anything with a healthy helping of Swarovski crystals.
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This is a face, eye, and neck massager from Bluetronics. I never thought I needed my eyes massaged, but now I must wonder.
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Wacom just gives us bigger and bigger touch-screen tablets to play with.
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MakerBot Industries will help you build your own 3D printer, controllable from your computer.
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Moneual's Media Server offers audio and video playback, a Blu-ray drive, a touch screen, and a built-in SSD.
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Wanna make use of your iPhone's GPS more easily during bike rides? Or use the awesome app called TrackMyRide.
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Calibur11 impresses with its Vault 3D Armored Gaming Case.
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Check out the world's largest HD 3D LED TV at 75 inches.
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PriceGrabber.com drew attendees to its booth with the lure of a free prize.
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You've seen the gaming chairs that are low to the ground, but here is an audio-enhancing chair for those of you who game at the computer desk.
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Panasonic's massive booth featured a variety of testing sets for shooting with the company's 3D and regular cameras and camcorders.
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This was the set Panasonic used to demonstrate the quality of its high-end 3D video capture.
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Wearable cameras are showing up everywhere. This one is from Midland's XTC Series.
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