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>> Hi, I'm Molly Wood from CNET, here on the show floor of CES 2010. The show opens in less than two days, and everything is basically still coming together. Now, the big question this year has been what's the show going to look like, bigger, much smaller due to the recession? The Consumer Electronics Association says everything's fine. They say they've got over 2500 exhibitors and over 110,000 attendees coming to the show, although right now it's just a lot of chaos.
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>> This will be my 21st year here at CES. [Inaudible] the [inaudible] -- it's actually grown more in technology than it has in size. The display technology has actually grown tremendously in this industry.
>> You see we've got a lot of different interactive technologies that are gonna showcase some of Kodak's products in the US product line-up for this show, and I can't say whole lot much more than that, but it's going to be exciting.
>> JVC's been off the floor for many years and located in many various different hotels throughout the Las Vegas area, but we're excited to be back here at -- in the big house, so to speak. There's a certain excitement that comes with being here.
>> Well, our booth is always 100 by 100. I've only been here for a couple days, but we've had a couple teams here for -- it's been a few weeks before Christmas.
>> And there you have it, CES 2010 is starting to come together, and they better hurry. Press day is tomorrow, and the public shows up at 9:00 AM sharp on Thursday morning. So I'm thinking it's gonna be a long night. For CNET here at CES 2010, I'm Molly Wood.
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