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HMX-Q10 HD camcorder

The budget HMX-Q10 HD camcorder runs $299 and sports a new Switch Grip that allows you to record with the camcorder flipped over--in other words, it should be usable left-handed as well as right. Read more of CNET editor Lori Grunin's first impressions of the Q10 here.

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Galaxy Tab

On Wednesday, Samsung unveiled its Wi-Fi-only Galaxy Tab, shown here. The tablet should be available in the U.S. early this year.

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Samsung 9 Series laptop

Samsung touted its ultrathin 9 Series laptop as a competitor to the MacBook Air.

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SG100 wireless-enabled camera

The SG100, a wireless-enabled camera that connects to Android-powered Galaxy S smartphones to let you upload content to sharing sites. You can also control the camera remotely, as the Galaxy S display turns into a viewfinder and you can move the camera's zoom lens as well as hit the shutter release.

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