Photos: Gaggles of gadgets at CES

Photos: Gaggles of gadgets at CES

Summary: Even with half a week to look around, Consumer Electronics Show attendees were hard-pressed to see everything on display.


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  • Panasonic flash camcorder

    Paul Liao, chief technology officer of Panasonic North America, shows off the company's flash-memory camcorder. The 2MB of flash built into the camera can take about 40 minutes of video. Price is about $1,199. The Japanese giant, a minor player in cameras in North America now, will make a big push in the U.S. this year. A big selling point, says Liao, will be the camera's image stabilization, designed to greatly reduce image jitter. The camera weighs about 7 ounces.

  • Samsung TV camera, #2

    Samsung's SDC-K50 TV/digital camera.

  • Sharp TV pyramid

    Sharp built this pyramid of flat-screen Aquos TVs and rewarded for the effort. It was one of the hits of the show.

Topic: CES

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