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Innovative cameras, TVs and other pictures from the Consumer Electronics Show

Roughly 130,000 people descended on the Las Vegas Convention Center on Tuesday for the start of the Consumer Electronics Show

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Showgoers wait before the Panasonic opening day keynote at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, January 8, 2013.

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A showgoer tries out the Samsung Galaxy Note II phone-cum-tablet at CES on Tuesday.

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A Samsung Galaxy Note II phone-cum-tablet at CES on Tuesday.

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Showgoers look at smart kitchen appliances in the LG Electronics booth at the CES on Tuesday.

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A Hisense 110-inch Ultra HD LED television, the world's largest, is displayed at CES on Tuesday.

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A Sharp 85-inch 8K prototype television, with 16 times the resolution of 1080p, at CES on Tuesday.

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A Casio G-Shock Bluetooth watch at CES on Tuesday. The $180.00 watch syncs with phones that have Bluetooth 4.0 or above, presently iPhone 4s and 5, and can alert the wearer to incoming e-mails, text messages and phone calls. It also has a phone-find feature and a walk-away warning if the phone and the watch are separated by a certain distance.

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Showgoers look at a display of 55-inch OLED televisions in the LG Electronics booth at CES on Tuesday. The sets are the largest, lightest and thinnest OLED 3D TVs in production, a representative said. The televisions are expected to begin shipping in March.

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Attendees wear 3D glasses as they watch a presentation in the LG Electronics booth at CES on Tuesday.

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David Cumbow checks out the Samsung Galaxy connected camera at CES on Tuesday. The camera does everything a smartphone can do except make phone calls, a representative said. The camera connects to the Internet via 3G/4G, through AT&T or Verizon, and via Wi-Fi.

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The back of a Samsung Galaxy connected camera at CES on Tuesday.

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Panasonic chief Kazuhiro Tsuga shows off one of his company's Smart TVs during the Panasonic opening day keynote at CES on Tuesday.

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Women dressed as nurses promoting the Headquake sound app pose with Dino the dinosaur promoting the Logistopedia logistics company at CES on Tuesday.

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Showgoers visit the booth of Chinese TV maker TCL at CES on Tuesday.

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Dancers perform in a booth featuring Nikon 1 cameras at CES on Tuesday.

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A man demonstrates the capability to run 30 GoPro cameras simultaneously at the GoPro booth at CES on Tuesday.

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