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CES 2013 in Las Vegas

Whirlpool
Whirlpool shows their concept of dining unit called Fireplace, which keeps food warm.  (Joe Klamar, AFP/Getty Images)
Robots
Device controlled toy robots by Mindstorms are on display. (Joe Klamar, AFP/Getty Images)
Gibson guitars
Attendees play Gibson Corp. guitars inside the Gibson tent. (David Paul Morris/Bloomberg)
Disco robots
Vietnam’s Tosy Disco Robots are on display. (Joe Klamar, AFP/Getty Images)
Wireless forks
Filippe Monteiro Da Rocha displays wireless computer connected forks, which can help control appetite and collect dining information. (Joe Klamar, AFP/Getty Images)
Comfy chairs
Consumers relax in massage chairs at the Inada booth. (Joe Klamar, AFP/Getty Images)
The Winbot
The Winbot robotic window cleaner is on display. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Intellectual Motion
A harness and navigational game pad gun are demonstrated at the Intellect Motion booth. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Bill Clinton for Samsung
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton speaks during a Samsung keynote address. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Polaroid cameras
Polaroid high-definition sports video cameras are on display. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
LG ovens
Attendees use a cellphone to operate an LG Smart Oven. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Intel laptops
Attendees inspect Intel UltraBooks. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Sony smartphones
An attendee views a display of Sony Xperia Z smartphones. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Iphone lens
A Polaroid lens adapter for an iPhone is on display. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
GoPro Hero 3
Hunter Clark sets up a GoPro Hero 3 camera on a bicycle. (Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg)
Perceptual technology
Jason Chow demonstrates perceptual technology with a Creative Technology interactive gesture camera at the Intel booth. (Andrew Harrer / Bloomberg)
Intel booth
An attendee tries out a tablet display at the Intel booth. (Andrew Harrer / Bloomberg)
Panasonic keynote
Panasonic President and Chief Executive Kazuhiro Tsuga speaks during a keynote address. (David Becker / Getty Images)
3-D viewer
Andrey Pinero sets up a Sony personal 3-D viewer headset. (Andrew Harrer / Bloomberg)
Samsung HDTV
Samsung’s ultra-HDTV Timeless Gallery televisions are on display. (Andrew Harrer / Bloomberg)
Canon cameras
Canon representatives adjust cameras. (Andrew Harrer / Bloomberg)
Sharp TV
CES attendees look at 90-inch Sharp televisions. (Andrew Harrer / Bloomberg)
Hardon Kardon headphones
Workers install headphones in the Harmon Kardon booth. (David Paul Morris/Bloomberg)
Nikon booth takes shape
A worker cleans Nikon signage. (David Paul Morris/Bloomberg)
Sharp TV
A spectator stops to take a photograph of a Sharp television on display. (David Paul Morris/Bloomberg)
Haier
An electrician installs cables at the Haier booth prior to the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show. (David Paul Morris/Bloomberg)
Intel laptops
An Intel employee sets up laptops prior to the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show. (David Paul Morris/Bloomberg)
Automated car
A Lexus displaying Toyota’s experimental automated car is shown at the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show. (Michael Nelson/EPA)
Sharp TV
President John Herrington of Sharp Electronics Marketing Company of America unveils a new line of high definition televisions. (David Becker / Getty Images)
Headphones
Panasonic presents Bone Conduction Headphones. (Justin Sullivan / Getty Images)
Panasonic TVs
Panasonic displays its new televisions. (Jae C. Hong / Associated Press)
LG OLED TV
The new LG OLED TV is displayed during an LG news conference. (Justin Sullivan / Getty Images)
Monster headphones
Retired boxer Sugar Ray Leonard and musician Sheila E wear Monster headphones during a news conference. (Michael Nelson / EPA)
LG Electronics
James Fishler, LG Electronics USA senior vice president of marketing, discusses new products. (Justin Sullivan / Getty Images)
3-D TV
Aki Anastasiou has a “ta-da” moment in front of the Ultra HD Cinema 3D television from LG. (Andrew Harrer / Bloomberg)
Flying drone
French Parrot introduces its automatic 4-rotor flying drones during the opening event, ''CES Unveiled.’' (Joe Klamar / AFP / Getty Images)
3M’s 84-inch touch table
Diego Romeu of 3M Touch Systems demonstrates how to use the 84-inch touch table. (Joe Klamar / AFP / Getty Images)
Covering CES 2013
Reporters for the Verge website are hard at work. (Andrew Harrer / Bloomberg)
Nvidia introduces Project Shield
Jen-Hsun Huang, Nvidia CEO, shows off Project Shield, an Android-based gaming device. (David Paul Morris / Bloomberg)
IdeaCentre Horizon device
A Lenovo Group Ltd. IdeaCentre Horizon device is demonstrated. (Andrew Harrer / Bloomberg)
iPad interview
An interview is conducted over an iPad during the opening event at CES. (Joe Klamar / AFP / Getty Images)
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