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Skullcandy's live DJ pumps out the jams on opening day of CES 2008.
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Chuck D was on hand at CES 2008 to promote the new artist-friendly download service, Beyond.FM.
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SanDisk's "Magician" was entertaining crowds and giving out prizes to participants in the live show.
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Mad Mike, of MTV's Pimp My Ride, was signing autographs at the MTX arena in the North Hall.
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This enthusiastic attendee insisted on posing with the models nearby.
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Lucy Lawless, of Xena fame, participates in a panel discussion of science fiction's influence on evolving technology.
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A crowd gathers to watch Blaupunkt's funky dancers perform.
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We've seen all manner of speaker systems at CES 2008. Need some for your boat? Wet Sound has you covered.
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Attendees jam in the Gibson Tent while waiting for celebrity visits.
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