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Flying toys

I'm not sure what the 'video gaming' is involved with this Flying remote controlled toy from AR. Drone, but it was pretty scary to see it flying at me.

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The Titan Series ($10,500 MSRP) speakers come in black or glossy piano-laquer finishes.

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Solar panels are being introduced to all manner of mini and portable charging devices. Now you can get off the grid and keep your smartphone working.

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iWave showed an array of creative designs-- here we see the wood-finished collection.

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Kodak's booth had a set of interactive tabletops to help visitors find out about their new lines.

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CES 2010 CNET coverage Las Vegas

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Dino-Lite showed off it's digital microscope. You can move the small macro camera around to your subject and watch and capture it's image into your computer.

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Everything old becomes new again?

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3d glasses are all the rage, haven't you heard?

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CES 2010 CNET coverage Las Vegas

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CES 2010 CNET coverage Las Vegas

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Head-Direct claims it's HiFiMan HM-801 is the best portable music player out there... if you download lossless music this may be of interest.

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The retro vibe was in full effect here as well.

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And of course, iWave's crystal-studded headphones.

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