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CES 2013 in pictures

Thousands of consumer electronics companies are showing their latest gadgets and gear at the International Consumer Electronics Show, which opens on Tuesday and runs through Friday in Las Vegas.

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Jan. 8, 2013: A Chevrolet, on display at the Pepcom event at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
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The new $249 to $299 Martian Watches look like regular watches but have built-in microphones and wireless Bluetooth connections to a smartphone. They use voice commands so that you can make phone calls, send and receive text messages, and even search the Web.
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Too many mouthfuls in too few minutes, and the Hapi fork starts shaking like Harry Potter's wand. The price for curbing your hunger? Just $99 this spring.
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Grammy-award winning rock band Motorhead will unveil the official U.S. launch of Motorheadphones -- all the better to hear their overwhelmingly loud and fast style of rock-n-roll -- at the Consumer Electronics Show.
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Jan. 7, 2013: "Reptar," a robotic snake that is one of 17 possible creations available in the new, $350 Lego Mindstorms EV3 platform that will have the ability to talk to iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches through Bluetooth wireless connections.
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Jan. 7, 2013: The Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon Table PC -- which the company calls the first "interpersonal computer." It's a PC the size of a coffee table that works like a gigantic tablet and lets four people use it at once.

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The Audi booth.
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LG OLED televisions are displayed at the LG booth.
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Jung Jin Bae, of South Korea, tests a motion sensor at the LG booth.
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LG's revolutionary 55-inch class OLED TV iso nly 0.16 inches thin and weighing less than 22 pounds, LG OLED TVs produce astoundingly vivid and realistic pictures thanks to its superior WRGB technology. The ridiculously thin set will be available in the United States in March at a suggested price of $11,999.
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Kirk Skaugen, vice president and general manager of Intels PC Client Group shows off the new Ultrabook, left, next to an average 3-year-old laptop.
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Sharp Electronics vice president for strategic product marketing Jim Sanduski, talks about Sharp's various lines of large screen tv's during press day.
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Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai talks up the company's future.
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A show attendee photographs an image displayed on Sony's 84-inch XBR 4K LED television.
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Technicians install Sony's 4k Ultra HD television at the Sony booth.
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Sony's new Xperia Z smartphones are unveiled at CES.
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Phil Molyneux, President and CEO of Sony Electronics, introduces the new Xperia Z.
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Attendees scope out Sony's new toys.
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Recording artist Nick Cannon rocking new Monster headphones at CES.
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The Monkey Kit accessory makes your tablet float. Octa, the Denver-based design firm behind the TabletTail line, is unveiling the new product at the 2013 International CES and providing early access to the Monkey Kit via Kickstarter.
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Panasonic's new television line-up.
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Panasonic's Vic Carlson introduces the company's new television.
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Intel's booth features a swirling flower full of ultrabooks.
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Hyundai will demo its Blue Link(R) platform along with next-generation concepts and infotainment systems at CES.
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Sharp Electronics vice president for strategic product marketing Jim Sanduski, introduces the ICC Purios Ultra HD resolution Panel.
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Nectar, launched at CES 2013, provides 2+ weeks of power for consumer electronics devices. No outlets. Ever.
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Jan. 6, 2013: Sharp Electronics employee Michael Nenortas programs a flat screen display at the company's booth for the International Consumer Electronics Show, in Las Vegas.
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Jan. 6, 2013: Las Vegas Convention Center exhibit contractor Ruachelle Kulak searches through stacks of cell phone case while setting up a booth for X-Doria, a mobile accessories company -- one of thousands of exhibitors that will be showing products at the 2013 CES.
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Jan. 6, 2013: Behind the scenes with Sony, whihc is setting up in the Las Vegas Convention Center's North Hall ahead of the International Consumer Electronics Show, in Las Vegas. The show, which drew more than 3,100 consumer electronics exhibitors in 2012 and is open only to industry affiliates, begins Tuesday and runs through Friday.
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CES 2013 in pictures

Thousands of consumer electronics companies are showing their latest gadgets and gear at the International Consumer Electronics Show, which opens on Tuesday and runs through Friday in Las Vegas.

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