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2014 CES in pictures
If you like gadgets, you're going to love this: An entire year's worth of smartphones, high-definition TVs, tablets and more were unveiled at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the premier venue for the world's gadget makers to astound and amaze. Here's a look at what gizmo's this year's show had in store.
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Now those are shades

Jan.8, 2014: People are reflected in the lens of a pair of Liquid Image Apex HD camera goggles, capable of video and still photography.
(Reuters / Robert Galbraith)

Waterproof

Water splashes around a display of waterproof Sony smartphones and tablets.
(Reuters)

2015 Ford Mustang

A 2015 Ford Mustang is unveiled during the 2014 CES. The new Mustang will be the first model in North America to feature the enhanced Ford SYNC AppLink system. The improvements include better voice control and simpler menus, a representative said.
(Reuters)

Light Grabber

CES attendees play the Neos 360 "Light Grabber" game by Playworld Systems.
(Reuters)

Holi iPhone LED lamp

A Holi iPhone LED lamp is shown in a mirrored box during "CES Unveiled," a media preview event to the annual CES. The lamp has 18 LED bulbs that are each controlled separately to create moving patterns and changing colors. The lamp is expected to retail for $199.00 and be available in the U.S. in March. The lamp is already available in Europe.
(Reuters)

MiP miniature robots

MiP miniature robots by WowWee of Canada can be controlled with smartphones. They are expected in stores by May and retail for $99.00.

(Reuters)

Nikon 1 AW1

A CES attendee looks at a waterproof Nikon 1 Aw1 at the Nikon booth. The camera retails for $800 and is available in stores.
(Reuters)

MadeSolid

David Rorex, co-founder of MadeSolid, displays items made with a 3D printer and MadeSolid PET+ Filament. The filament is clearer and stronger than other products but is also flexible enough to make springs, Rorex said.
(Reuters)

No science fiction: Company shows off real-world Star Trek ‘tricorder’

Using the same operating system that powers the Mars rover, the Scanadu Scout is a real-world version of the TV show's tricorder, a hand-held gadget about the size and shape of an Oreo cookie that can help a doctor diagnose anything from abdominal cramps to zoster (otherwise known as shingles) by scanning various vital signs, including temperature, respiratory rate, heart rate, and blood pressure and sending those readings to a smartphone. For more, click here.

(Jeremy Kaplan/FoxNews.com)

105-inch curved UHD television

Joe Stinziano, executive vice president of Samsung Electronics of America, introduced a 105-inch, curved UHD television.
(Reuters)

PowerPot X

A PowerPot X uses thermoelectric technology to generate power for an LED light.
(Reuters)

Samsung Electronics 9000 Series washer and dryer

Attenddes ogle over the Samsung Electronics 9000 Series washer and dryer. The washer and dryer are the world's largest, according to Samsung.
(Reuters)

Sphero 2.0

A woman takes a photo of a Sphero 2.0 by Orbotix. The Sphero 2.0 and 2B (foreground) are controlled with a smartphone.
(Reuters)

Curved G Flex smartphone

A journalist checks out a curved G Flex smartphone by LG Electronics.
(Reuters)

Invisible WaterShield nano coating

Water drips onto a circuit board protected with an invisible WaterShield nano coating at the Integrated Surface Technologies Booth. The company makes the Blue Lantern coating machine that it sells to phone sellers and mobile device repair shops.
(Reuters)

Kolibree toothbrush

A Kolibree connected electric toothbrush uses an accelerometer, gyroscope and magnetometer to track how well users brush their teeth. The French company expects the toothbrush will be available in the third quarter of 2014 and retail for $99.00 to $199.00 depending on the model.
(Reuters)

TV goes big

Samsung's mammoth, 105-inch curved UHD TV -- one of a slew of new sets on display at the show.
(AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

Road tunes

Jan. 9, 2014: Conference attendees listen to Pioneer's Networked Entertainment eXperience stereo system at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada.
(Reuters / Robert Galbraith)

LG shows 3D

Jan. 7, 2014: Show attendees watch a 3D presentation at the LG booth.
(AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

A wrist phone for kids

Jan. 8, 2014: KMS Wristband phones for young children and the elderly. The wrist phone by the British company will consecutively dial up to 5 phone numbers at the touch of the one button until there is an answer.
(Reuters / Steve Marcus)

Wonder wall

Jan. 7, 2014: A wall of Pentax cameras are on display at the Ricoh booth. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
(AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

Wireless

Outdoor Tech's Tuis ultra hifi wireless headphones.
(Reuters / Robert Galbraith)

2014 CES in pictures

If you like gadgets, you're going to love this: An entire year's worth of smartphones, high-definition TVs, tablets and more were unveiled at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the premier venue for the world's gadget makers to astound and amaze. Here's a look at what gizmo's this year's show had in store.

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