CES 2012 in Pictures

The International Consumer Electronics show gathered about 150,000 people in Las Vegas this week. These are some of the more significant gadgets that were announced at the show.

Nokia Lumia 900 CES AP

The Nokia Lumia 900 -- the most high profile Windows Phone-based smartphones at the 2012 International CES trade show in Las Vegas.

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Intel Shows Ultrabooks CES AP

Ultrabooks sit on display at the Intel exhibit at the 2012 International CES -- the largest in the show's 44 year history, with 1.86 million square feet of exhibit space spotlighting 3,100 manufacturers.

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LG 3D TV Through Glasses CES AP

An industry affiliate records video of an LG 3D television through a pair of 3D glasses with her cell phone at the 2012 International CES tradeshow.

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Canon GX1 CES AP

The Canon PowerShot GX1 camera, a 14.3-megapixel shooter that's the most powerful fixed-lens, point-and-shoot camera yet released by the imaging giant.

AP Photo/Julie Jacobson

55-inch OLED CES AP

People examine the new Samsung 55-inch OLED television, which features organic light-emitting diodes -- an expensive alternative to conventional LCD and plasma sets that many think may be the future of flat panels.

AP Photo/Julie Jacobson

LG OLED

TVs are now impossibly svelte, like this 55" LG featuring OLED technology.

LG

Pantech Waterproof Tablet

This year will be take 2 for numerous tablet makers still struggling to offer a compelling rival to the iPad. One company, Pantech, has chosen to differentiate itself by producing the first "waterproof" tablet.

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Razer Switchblade

PC gaming has been dampened by the rise of the console. Razer is trying to shake things up with the Switchblade -- "PC gaming on an all-new form factor."

Razer

Roku Streaming

Streaming television is all the rave these days, made easier with devices like the Roku. Just plug it in.

Roku

LG 84 inch TV

CES wouldn't be CES without gigantic television sets. Pictured: LG's mammoth 84" monster.

LG

ExoPC Lab Desk

The adoption of touch means elegant new solutions for interacting with our devices.

ExoPC

HP Omni All-in-One

PCs now come in more efficient all-in-one packages -- like this HP Omni -- while still carrying some significant horsepower under the hood.

HP

Samsung Ultrabooks

'Ultrabooks' or thin and light laptops are all the rage this year, following the success of the MacBook Air.

Samsung

Nokie Lumia 900

Nokia is looking to make strides in the US with its Windows-powered Lumia line.

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Preparing Samsung

A worker on a lift aligns TVs and mirrors, preparing the Samsung booth.

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Samsung Note

The Samsung Note is displayed at the Digital Rodeo.

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Sony Folding Tablet

Kazuo Hirai, executive deputy president of Sony shows of the company's new folding tablet.

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Steve Ballmer

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer talks Windows 8.

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Panasonic Toughpad

Journalists fawn over Panasonic's tablet entrant, the new Toughpad.

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Justin Timberlake MySpace TV

CES hasn't been short on celebs. Justin Timberlake helped introduce Myspace TV, a new service that will be available on special Panasonic televisions.

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Microsoft Gift

Consumer Electronics Association chairman and CEO Gary Shapiro, left, presents Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer with a gift at the start of his keynote address. This will be the company's final appearance at CES.

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CES 2012 in Pictures

The International Consumer Electronics show gathered about 150,000 people in Las Vegas this week. These are some of the more significant gadgets that were announced at the show.

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