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Attendees view video on a tunnel of LG OLED televisions. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Attendees view video on a tunnel of LG OLED televisions. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Attendees view video on a tunnel of LG OLED televisions. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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A Kodak Ektra smartphone. The Android phone is notable for it's industrial-style design and intuitive interface, a representative says. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

A Kodak Ektra smartphone. The Android phone is notable for it's industrial-style design and intuitive interface, a representative says. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

A Kodak Ektra smartphone. The Android phone is notable for it's industrial-style design and intuitive interface, a representative says. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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A DJI Phantom 4 Pro+ drone. The Plus version adds a screen on the remote that won't wash out in daylight. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

A DJI Phantom 4 Pro+ drone. The Plus version adds a screen on the remote that won't wash out in daylight. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

A DJI Phantom 4 Pro+ drone. The Plus version adds a screen on the remote that won't wash out in daylight. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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A Kodak Pixpro Orbit360 4K VR camera. The camera will be available in March or April and retail for about $500, a representative says. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

A Kodak Pixpro Orbit360 4K VR camera. The camera will be available in March or April and retail for about $500, a representative says. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

A Kodak Pixpro Orbit360 4K VR camera. The camera will be available in March or April and retail for about $500, a representative says. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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Xiao Huang of Zero Zero Robotics demonstrates the safety of the company's Hover Camera Passport drone by pretending to bite. The light, foldable drone has blades that are enclosed and includes face-tracking and orbit technologies, she said. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Xiao Huang of Zero Zero Robotics demonstrates the safety of the company's Hover Camera Passport drone by pretending to bite. The light, foldable drone has blades that are enclosed and includes face-tracking and orbit technologies, she said....more

Xiao Huang of Zero Zero Robotics demonstrates the safety of the company's Hover Camera Passport drone by pretending to bite. The light, foldable drone has blades that are enclosed and includes face-tracking and orbit technologies, she said. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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Attendees try out the Samsung Gear VR 4D Experience. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Attendees try out the Samsung Gear VR 4D Experience. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Attendees try out the Samsung Gear VR 4D Experience. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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A showgoer uses two smartphones before the Nvidia keynote address. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

A showgoer uses two smartphones before the Nvidia keynote address. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

A showgoer uses two smartphones before the Nvidia keynote address. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
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Models perform on Swagtron hoverboards. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Models perform on Swagtron hoverboards. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Models perform on Swagtron hoverboards. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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Christine Hsu shows off the Paro seal pup therapeutic robot at the Robotics Marketplace. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

Christine Hsu shows off the Paro seal pup therapeutic robot at the Robotics Marketplace. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

Christine Hsu shows off the Paro seal pup therapeutic robot at the Robotics Marketplace. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
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A Sony FES watch is displayed during a Sony news conference. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

A Sony FES watch is displayed during a Sony news conference. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

A Sony FES watch is displayed during a Sony news conference. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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An exobionic mech suit called "Prosthesis" by Canada's Furrion Robotics. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

An exobionic mech suit called "Prosthesis" by Canada's Furrion Robotics. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

An exobionic mech suit called "Prosthesis" by Canada's Furrion Robotics. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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A dancer performs for photographers during a Sony news conference. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

A dancer performs for photographers during a Sony news conference. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

A dancer performs for photographers during a Sony news conference. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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A Lynx robot with Amazon Alexa integration is on display at the Robotics Marketplace. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

A Lynx robot with Amazon Alexa integration is on display at the Robotics Marketplace. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

A Lynx robot with Amazon Alexa integration is on display at the Robotics Marketplace. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
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An autonomous-driving Lincoln MKZ equipped with Nvidia technology gives demonstration rides. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

An autonomous-driving Lincoln MKZ equipped with Nvidia technology gives demonstration rides. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

An autonomous-driving Lincoln MKZ equipped with Nvidia technology gives demonstration rides. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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A Sony RX100 V camera is displayed during a Sony news conference. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

A Sony RX100 V camera is displayed during a Sony news conference. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

A Sony RX100 V camera is displayed during a Sony news conference. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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Wireless noise-canceling earbuds are displayed during a Sony news conference. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Wireless noise-canceling earbuds are displayed during a Sony news conference. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Wireless noise-canceling earbuds are displayed during a Sony news conference. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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A showgoer wears an Oculus Rift vitual reality headset during the Intel press conference. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

A showgoer wears an Oculus Rift vitual reality headset during the Intel press conference. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

A showgoer wears an Oculus Rift vitual reality headset during the Intel press conference. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
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Sony Bravia OLED televisions are displayed during a Sony news conference. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Sony Bravia OLED televisions are displayed during a Sony news conference. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Sony Bravia OLED televisions are displayed during a Sony news conference. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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Wireless noise-canceling earphones are displayed during a Sony news conference. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Wireless noise-canceling earphones are displayed during a Sony news conference. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Wireless noise-canceling earphones are displayed during a Sony news conference. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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A Sony A99 II camera is displayed during a Sony news conference. The 42 megapixel camera can take 12 frames per second and also takes 4K video.REUTERS/Steve Marcus

A Sony A99 II camera is displayed during a Sony news conference. The 42 megapixel camera can take 12 frames per second and also takes 4K video.REUTERS/Steve Marcus

A Sony A99 II camera is displayed during a Sony news conference. The 42 megapixel camera can take 12 frames per second and also takes 4K video.REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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Journalists take photos of a new QLED television during a Samsung Electronics news conference. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Journalists take photos of a new QLED television during a Samsung Electronics news conference. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Journalists take photos of a new QLED television during a Samsung Electronics news conference. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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The new Toyota Concept-i concept car, designed to learn about its driver, is unveiled during the Toyota press conference. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

The new Toyota Concept-i concept car, designed to learn about its driver, is unveiled during the Toyota press conference. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

The new Toyota Concept-i concept car, designed to learn about its driver, is unveiled during the Toyota press conference. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
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Anna Choi of Neofect demonstrates the Rapael Smart Glove therapy device for stroke victims at CES in Las Vegas. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

Anna Choi of Neofect demonstrates the Rapael Smart Glove therapy device for stroke victims at CES in Las Vegas. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

Anna Choi of Neofect demonstrates the Rapael Smart Glove therapy device for stroke victims at CES in Las Vegas. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
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A Faraday Future FF 91 electric car is displayed on stage during an unveiling event. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

A Faraday Future FF 91 electric car is displayed on stage during an unveiling event. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

A Faraday Future FF 91 electric car is displayed on stage during an unveiling event. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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A man in a mechanized robotic costume points the way for showgoers. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

A man in a mechanized robotic costume points the way for showgoers. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

A man in a mechanized robotic costume points the way for showgoers. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
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Wei-Shin Lai, inventor and CEO of Acoustic Sheep LLC shows off her invention, the Dozer music player and sleep tracker for children. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

Wei-Shin Lai, inventor and CEO of Acoustic Sheep LLC shows off her invention, the Dozer music player and sleep tracker for children. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

Wei-Shin Lai, inventor and CEO of Acoustic Sheep LLC shows off her invention, the Dozer music player and sleep tracker for children. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
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The new Toyota Concept-i concept car, designed to learn about its driver, is unveiled during the Toyota press conference. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

The new Toyota Concept-i concept car, designed to learn about its driver, is unveiled during the Toyota press conference. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

The new Toyota Concept-i concept car, designed to learn about its driver, is unveiled during the Toyota press conference. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
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A show-goer tries out the YouCam Makeup mirror which shows different make up without actually applying any. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

A show-goer tries out the YouCam Makeup mirror which shows different make up without actually applying any. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

A show-goer tries out the YouCam Makeup mirror which shows different make up without actually applying any. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
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A showgoer looks at the Avatar iPal robot for childen, eldercare and retail applications. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

A showgoer looks at the Avatar iPal robot for childen, eldercare and retail applications. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

A showgoer looks at the Avatar iPal robot for childen, eldercare and retail applications. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
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Alan Wang, technical support engineer with Powervision Robot Corp., shows off the PowerRay fish-finder equipped fishing drone. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

Alan Wang, technical support engineer with Powervision Robot Corp., shows off the PowerRay fish-finder equipped fishing drone. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

Alan Wang, technical support engineer with Powervision Robot Corp., shows off the PowerRay fish-finder equipped fishing drone. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
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McCall Peck, 8 months pregnant, shows off the Bloomlife Smart Pregnancy Tracker stuck to her belly which tracks and counts labor contractions at home. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

McCall Peck, 8 months pregnant, shows off the Bloomlife Smart Pregnancy Tracker stuck to her belly which tracks and counts labor contractions at home. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

McCall Peck, 8 months pregnant, shows off the Bloomlife Smart Pregnancy Tracker stuck to her belly which tracks and counts labor contractions at home. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
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The new LG Hub Robot and Hub Robot Mini. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

The new LG Hub Robot and Hub Robot Mini. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

The new LG Hub Robot and Hub Robot Mini. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
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