Wired covered the CES extensively and they've got videos (embedded below) and to summarise their coverage, tablets are a big thing at CES. Manufacturers like Motorola, Toshiba, MSI and LG are all releasing tablets. HP acquired Palm earlier this year, so its still unclear what else they will be doing with that.
Televisions are all the 3D rage too now, but of cource the 3D cameras and camcorders are a bigger hit. Watch the videos below for a snapshot of the event and check out the rest of the coverage over at Wired.
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