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Opening day

3D

Intel uncut wafer

Dell Adamo XPS

Dell Adamo XPS

OpenFrame 7

Video Name Tag

Ultra thin TV

LG

Lady Gaga

Samsung

eReader

Samsung

Xbox

Microsoft

Thin and colorful

Wall of sound

Touch and feel

Windows media player

Windows enabled

Thursday is opening day at CES in Las Vegas, and the show floor is packed. With hundreds of thousands of square feet of gadgets, there's a lot to see, and everywhere you look, screens are sparkling with the newest in digital technology by the world's leading entertainment companies.

Take a look at just a few of the sights at CES 2010.

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3D technology is huge this year at CES, and it seems everyone wants in on the multi-dimensional action.

From flat screens to movies to video games, everything is heading into 3D territory. Here, attendees, play video games in 3D running on Intel i7 processors.

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A 2010 Intel Core Processor uncut wafer at the Intel booth on Thursday at CES in Las Vegas.
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An attendee at the Intel booth holds the ultrathin Dell Adamo XPS on Thursday at CES in Las Vegas.
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The ultrathin laptop Dell Adamo XPS unlocks and open with the swipe of a finger across the latch.
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The OpenFrame 7 by OpenPeak is a household Web navigation system that brings together voice, video, and data into a single touchscreen device for the home.
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The Video Name Tag has 2GB of storage and plays video loops as a new way to market yourself and your brand to potential clients.
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You can barely see its profile, but these new, ultrathin flat-panel TVs from LG are just 24.8 millimeters thick.
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In the Center hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center, on day one of CES, the LG booth is swarming with people and colors.
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Lady Gaga and Dr. Dre made an appearance at the Monster booth on Thursday at CES.
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The DualView cameras from Samsung have two LCD screens, one on the back and one on the front, making it easier to shoot self-portrait photos and video.
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An attendee plays with one of Samsung's new eReaders at the Samsung booth at CES on Thursday in Las Vegas.
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A dome like structure at the Samsung booth at CES reflects the hundreds of flat screens and attendees wandering the show floor.
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The Xbox is getting a lot of attention at the Microsoft booth at CES in Las Vegas.
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Surround by dozens of PCs at the Microsoft booth, laptop are getting thinner and thinner and becoming more versatile.
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Powerful gaming and thin laptops take center stage along with sleeker lines and colors at the Microsoft booth.
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A touch enabled wall of sound was the playful centerpiece of the Microsoft booth.
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It was a hands-on experience at the Microsoft booth, with laptops available for all to play with.
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Windows Media Player is becoming a broader platform to view home content. Here, an attendee walks past a wall of images inside the Microsoft booth.
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Windows enabled cars were on display, providing both entertainment access for the consumer and business tools for commercial users.
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