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1/10/2012
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CES Day One Brings Wireless Toys, Dancing Robots

At The Pepcom Digital Experience event at CES 2012, the theme was western and the gadgets were wireless.
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Some of the larger exhibitors that'll be seen at this year's Consumer Electronic Show let us get up close and personal with their products at the Pepcom Digital Experience Party on Monday, where cowboys, cowgirls, and electric bulls were plentiful, in keeping with a rodeo theme. Samsung, LG, Sony, Asus, HP, Lenovo, and dozens of others showed off products, some old and some new.

One trend that we gleaned from this product preview: If there's a way to do it, exhibitors have dumped the wires. Whether they're toys or more serious robots, they're not cool unless they're wireless.

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