CES 2013 photo gallery: from Big Bird to giant robots
By Nicole Kobie
Posted on 14 Jan 2013 at 11:55
CES 2013 is over for another year, and there were some gems and genuine innovations to be found in the 1.86 million net square feet of Las Vegas show space.
High-end TVs, computerised cars, and Windows 8 devices were all popular areas, as were health and fitness gadgets, 3D printing and smart homes. Plus, dozens of stands showcased new tablets, smartphones and laptops.
Check out our Greatest Hits of CES for our picks of the top tech from the show, and for a bit of a taste of what CES was like, take a look through our photos in our gallery, by clicking on the link to the top left.
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