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