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CES 2010: New photos of gadgets including HP Slate, 3-D TV and more

The annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, that took place Jan. 7-10, let technology firms show off the latest gadgets and gizmos, while giving a sneak peak into futuristic devices. This year's show is featured more than 2,500 exhibitors and 120,000 attendees.

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