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Highlights from the 2012 CES, Las Vegas Convention Centre
Sony's new digital watch that can sync with Android devices.
Sony's new Smartwatch runs mini-apps and syncs with Android smartphones via Bluetooth to show feeds and messages, as well as control audio and other features.
Huawei unveiled what it is calling the world's slimmest smartphone. The Ascend P1S is 6.68 millimeters thick.
Lenovo's IdeaPad Yoga ultrabook-tablet hybrid in tablet form.
3D TVs are everywhere at CES. LG had one of the biggest displays, some 120 large-screen TVs stitched together to show 3D images. Passers by are invited to pick up 3D glasses.
A Mercedez-Benz virtual car demonstration in which restaurants, hotels, pedestrians and other cars are marked with icons that are overlaid onto the actual scenery. The driver can bring up information by gesturing at them.
Ryan Seacrest holds a Windows Phone on stage with Steve Ballmer at the 2012 CES.
Boo-Keun Yoon, President of Samsung's display business, talks about 2012 strategy at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Sony's Xperia ion smartphone, with a 12 MB camera.