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CES showfloor HDTV spyshot roundup

Steven Kim
01.08.09
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We've been busy shutterbugs while wandering around the CES showfloor, and here's a rundown of some new TVs that drifted in front of our lens. Take a stroll with us past the break and see what we picked up.




First up, we spied Toshiba's Cell TV -- the accompanying blazing signage certainly made it hard to miss:



Next, we caught some Yahoo Internet@TV widgets in action at the Samsung booth. Seriously, Yahoo has enjoyed a kind of coming out party at CES this year, with a lot of companies jumping onboard, so don't be surprised to see this coming to a TV near you:



Also at the Samsung booth was the mammoth 82-inch LED series TV. Wide open spaces, indeed:


Finally, the Samsung booth just kept on giving with the Series 6, 7 and 8 TVs and a death-defying arrangement of Luxia LED TVs we shot just before being hustled out the door:


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