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Slideshow: CES TechWeb Suite Sneak Peek

We spent all day Wednesday getting a sneak peek at some hardware in the Techweb suite. Amtel's technology was standout. The team showed audio technology that dramatically improved speaker sound -- even from cheap, tinny speakers. Also from Amtel -- the Free Motion Remote Control, a free range control device for Internet TVs. The Modlet, from ThinkEco, is the first improvement to wall sockets in 83 years. Plug your appliances into it, and you can monitor where your power problems lie. Check
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Combining Atmel technology with silicon from Bang & Olufsen, Atmel's audio platform makes sound clearer and louder -- from tinny little speakers to movie-sized systems.

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