Business Today Special Coverage International CES 2013
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Consumer Electronics Show 2013

The new LED TVs will be available in 46, 55, 60 and 64 inches with the new advanced features.

 
 
The company has also announced Bone Conduction Headphone that has a unique sound transmission.
The new product from Panasonic doesn't need speakers or even your own ears: wireless bone-conduction headphones.
LG says the Smart Home Service is a perfect example of the company's commitment to bringing true technology convergence into the consumer's home.
Also known as "4K," ultrahigh-definition screens are 3,840 pixels wide and 2,160 pixels tall, or more than 8 million in all.
Lenovo's 17.8-pound, 27-inch Windows 8 Pro IdeaCenter Horizon Table PC will be priced starting $1,699.
The L9300 series of TVs, which mark Toshiba's entry into the US 4K TV market, will be available in 58-, 65- and 84-inch sizes from this summer.
With the world's largest Consumer Electronics Show (CES) set to kick off early next week, here are our top predictions for the show -
 
 
Intel Corporation's announcements at CES highlight the chip makers increasing focus on the smartphones and tablets along with its brainchild, the Ultrabook.
Samsung is showing off a new lens at the International CES show in Las Vegas that can go from 2D to 3D mode with the flip of a switch.
Remote control was already possible with Android smartphones and the most recent Mindstorms kit, the NXT.
The analysts blamed high prices and low availability for the slow start.
Wireless accessory manufacturer BiWee has unveiled a smart toy of the Mini Cooper, as well as of a combat helicopter and wi-fi camera buggy.
Designed for smartphones and tablets, NVIDIA's Tegra 4 features 72 custom GPU cores, offering more realistic gaming experiences and higher resolution displays.
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