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Despite the shadow of justifiable hype cast by Panasonic's 150-inch TV, Pioneer's 9-mm thin and \"extreme contrast\" prototype plasmas, Samsung still managed to make a respectable (yet quiet) showing at CES 2008. After all, it's not every day we see a pair of 31- and 14-inch OLED TVs, a touch-screen

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Xohmigod, it's the Xohm booth at CES 2008! The booth itself was pretty small and unremarkable, but cut these guys some slack, they haven't even had a commercial launch yet. There were a handful of test devices on display with Xohm modems integrated, including a trick little gaming device with a sli

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Let's get this straight: Lebedev by no means only does the Optimus Maximus, and his studio is one of the most prolific design firms in Russia. But Art and his crew were at CES for one reason, and one reason alone -- not that we have a problem with that. Don't forget to check out our Optimus Maximus

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As sleepy as Microsoft and Intel's booths were this year, they paled in comparison to AMD's showing. Situated in what was essentially a thruway / food court, the sad little cube that was the chipmaker's booth made us feel generally bad. Hey -- it's possible they're just not too worried about CES, a

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Just in case you didn't get your fill of Audiovox from our liveblog of Monday's press conference, we've got a full booth tour for your to feast your eyes on, featuring new products from the 'Vox along with family members Jensen, RCA, TERK, and Acoustic Research. Sure, these companies might not prod

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HP has an absolutely massive booth at this year's CES -- everything from tablets to cameras to printer supplies has an elaborate installation. We caught up with the oft-delayed iPaq 200 and 300-series PDAs, totally befuddled a PR person by asking him when the tx2000 tablet would get capacitive touc

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So we rolled into XStreamHD's booth hoping to get some more details on the newcomer to the HD satellite field. Lo and behold, we didn't find a lot of clues at the booth. The press conference announced a working demo of 1080p content at the booth, so we were more than a little crushed when we showed

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Although the outer dimensions remain unchanged, Nokia's CES booth is considerably larger in usable square footage this year compared to last because some of its private meeting space has been jettisoned to a location elsewhere in the convention. They've used the extra space well, too; in addition t

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Although the outer dimensions remain unchanged, Nokia's CES booth is considerably larger in usable square footage this year compared to last because some of its private meeting space has been jettisoned to a location elsewhere in the convention. They've used the extra space well, too; in addition t

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Another year, another Microsoft booth. Truth be told, nothing really too exciting was going on with the cats from Redmond. Sure, they had their Zunes, PCs, and all manner of Windows-powered devices, but it just seemed a little... flat. Maybe it's the specter of Gates' final keynote haunting the sce

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We must have impressed Alienware's reps with our super-elite Crysis skills this evening, because it only took a little prodding for them to give up some more details on that awesome curved DLP display: It's definitely coming out in the second half of the year, but the model we've been seeing i

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Dell has a surprisingly small presence at CES this year -- Billy Bob Thornton actually had more floor space to do...something than any of Dell's actual products. Regardless, we still managed to get some hands-on time with the high-res XPS M1530, the Inspiron 1525, the nerdtastic WoW XPS m1730, and

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Sony invites you to \"see it all\" at their booth in the Central Hall, but you're hard-pressed to actually do so due to both sheer square footage and the immense volume of bodies jostling each other in between stations. The consumer electronics giant's got no shortage of bedazzling gadgetry out on the

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Philips had quite the smorgasbord of offerings at its CES booth -- everything from DAPs to flat-panels to ultra-sophisticated toothbrushes were on display. Nothing too earth-shattering, but it sure was pretty. See for yourself below! %Gallery-13103%

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Although we were fairly impressed by Pioneer's booth at CEDIA last year, we were left pretty underwhelmed by its showing at CES. Notably, the helpings of KUROs were interestingly complemented by loads of car audio equipment, but nevertheless, all the goods it had to offer are showcased below. %Gall

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LG's booth seemed to be strangely dominated by mobiles -- and then we found the other half. Though it's not atypical for mega-corps to bring their A-game to CES, LG really broke out the checkbook on its massive installation. Everything from handsets to (walls of) flat-panels were on display, so do

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For some reason, Hitachi's booth was set up so the grand entrance through that pyramid of 1.5-inch thick LCD TVs was in the back, but it was still full of some interesting stuff, like an ultra-ultra-short throw projector and a bunch of interesting IPTV concepts. Check it all out in the gallery! %Ga

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Yes everyone, it's that time of the year again... booth tour season. Take a walk with us around Intel's offering at this year's CES -- replete with MIDs, gigantic laptops, and slightly less gigantic Penryn-based laptops. Oh, there's some egg chairs, a weird green meeting spot, and lots and lots of

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HP had a lot of new product at DigitalLife, what with the refreshed iPaq line, brand new notebooks and those Blackbird behemoths. Even Voodoo got in on the action. Such happy times. But don't take our word for it, check out all the gallery action below.%Gallery-7877%

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Despite the Xbox 360's lackluster sales in Japan, Microsoft's mammoth Tokyo Game Show booth still managed to turn out a huge crowd, especially on the appeal of forthcoming titles like Lost Odyssey. Of course, it's no surprise that Redmond dedicated a fair bit of kitted out demo space to Halo 3, wha

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