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World's most innovative Electronics Show

Last updated on: January 11, 2012 13:48 IST

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More than 100 products have been introduced at the Consumer Electronics Show at Las Vegas.

Over 2,700 companies debut the next generation of innovative products across all sectors of the consumer electronics industry.

"CES is the global stage for innovation," said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO, CEA. "Every major technology company across the globe is participating in force at this year's CES.

CEA expects this year's CES will be the most innovative show on record, with more than 20,000 new products slated to be announced this week.

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Image: Nokia CEO Stephen Elop introduces the Nokia Lumia 900 smartphone at a Nokia press event at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Photographs: Rick Wilking/Reuters.
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The Lumia 900 is the first 4G LTE Windows Phone platform device and will be offered on AT&T's network

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Image: Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer speaks about the Nokia Lumia 900 smartphone in Las Vegas.
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Nokia CEO Stephen Elop displays the Nokia Lumia 900 smartphone at the Consumer Electronics Show opening in Las Vegas.

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Image: Nokia Lumia 900.
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Kazuo Hirai, executive deputy president of Sony Corp, speaks about Sony's 'Music Unlimited' service during a Sony news conference for the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

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Image: Kazuo Hirai, executive deputy president of Sony Corp.
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Phil Molyneux, president and CEO of Sony Electronics, holds a Sony Wi-Fi Walkman during a Sony news conference for the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Image: Sony Wi-Fi Walkman.
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A Kivic One is displayed during 'CES Unveiled', a media preview event, at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The new device, available in March, streams video from a smart phone to other devices, like a vehicle video player.

The CES trade show will feature razor-thin laptops, powerful new smartphones and fancy flat-screen TVs, but talk in the cavernous halls of the CES may focus on whether the show itself has a long-term future.

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Image: Kivic One.
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An ActionTec wireless HD video receiver is displayed at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The ActionTec system allows consumers to wirelessly send HD video to multiple televisions in the home.

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Image: ActionTec wireless HD video receiver.
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Rohan Marley, son of the late reggae singer Bob Marley, demonstrates the The House of Marley company's $349.99 Bag of Rhythm portable audio system for the iPhone at the Consumer Electronics Show opening event in Las Vegas.

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Image: Portable audio system.
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A representative shows the Wi-Spi video surveillance helicopter at the Consumer Electronics Show opening event in Las Vegas.

The $119.99 Wi-Spi, which will be available in fall, sends live video signals and can be controlled by a smartphone. 
 
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Image: Wi-Spi video surveillance helicopter.
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A representative demonstrates a $199 Nomad bag speaker system from The House of Marley for the iPad at the Consumer Electronics Show opening event in Las Vegas. Click NEXT to read more...



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A woman tries out a Tinke device by Zensorium on an iPhone during "CES Unveiled," a media preview event, at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The device allows users to make various medical measurements (heart rate, respiratory, oxygenation) and monitor them on their phones.

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Image: A woman tries out a Tinke device by Zensorium on an iPhone.
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An iProdock for iPhones by iBolt is displayed during at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The new model, which can dock iPhones with any aftermarket case, should be available in February.

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Image: iProdock for iPhones.
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Shiro Kitajima, president of Panasonic Electronics Marketing Company of North America, holds a Panasonic Toughpad during a Panasonic news conference for the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Image: A Panasonic Toughpad.
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A Sensia 200D internet radio by Pure at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The device is integrated with the Pure music service that went online this week in the UK, a representative said.

The $450 device should be available in April and features Facebook and Twitter apps.
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Image: Sensia 200D internet radio.
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A kangaroo character poses at the Dish news conference to promote the company's new whole home HD DVR called the 'Hopper' at the Consumer Electronics Show opening in Las Vegas.

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Image: A kangaroo character poses at the Dish news conference.
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A HTC smartphone with a ST Ericsson Nova A9500 application processor chip is shown at the Consumer Electronics Show opening event in Las Vegas.

The chip runs augmented reality applications such as the demonstration showing the contents in the box which can be seen in the background.

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Image: HTC smartphone.
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Wendy Mittelstadt, product manager for Ion, poses with the company's Guitar Apprentice guitar controller for the iPad at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) opening event in Las Vegas.

The guitar holds an iPad in its shell which runs the software for the device.
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Image: Guitar Apprentice guitar controller for the iPad.
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A Sherpa 50 battery by Goal Zero is displayed at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The battery can be recharged with solar panels or conventionally, allowing campers, hunters or adventurers to run mobile devices in the field.

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Image: Sherpa 50 battery by Goal Zero.
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Eers, custom-fitted earphones, are displayed at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Unlike other fitted earphones, these can be custom-fitted by the consumer with prices starting from $199.00.

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Image: Eers, custom-fitted earphones.
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A woman holds a stuffed kangaroo given to attendees of the Dish news conference to promote the company's new whole home HD DVR called the 'Hopper' at the Consumer Electronics Show opening in Las Vegas.



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