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At i-stage, companies vie for CES exhibit

Eleven finalists, featuring the most innovative new consumer technology, unveil their products before a live audience at the second annual i-stage competition in Phoenix, Ariz. Natali Del Conte is one of the judges and gives us an overview of the show.
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