Day two for us turned out to actually be the official day one for the show, and it saw big companies such as LG, Samsung, Sony, and more open their doors and show us their wares.

So we walked around the floor and grabbed as many pictures as we could, and while it’s impossible for two guys to cover every possible thing at CES, we’re beginning to make a dent.

Note: compared with yesterday’s recap, we’ve removed the time-stamps, because it’s quicker to prepare in this way.

 

Okay. Day two,  which is technically day one. Obviously I need more sleep.

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At one of the Samsung stands, there are S3 handsets being hooked up to instruments. Interesting.

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Anyway, we’re here. What should we see?

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Sigma cameras all in a row

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Glasses less 3D at CES. It’s like a bigger 3DS screen

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Oh and there’s LG’s laser projector. Have a product tour soon, so will post more later.

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Found the TCL stand, but they won’t let me take pictures.

I have lost Pete, however.

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Sharp has an Ultra HD TV here

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LG has a massive video wall in 3D. People are reaching out for things.

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Found Pete.

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Meet the just launched LG curved tv

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LG’s also showing Ultra HD broadcasting. No idea if or when Australia will ever get it, but still neat to see.

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And the UDTV is now in two smaller sizes: 55 and 65

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Of course there’s always that 84 inch…

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OLED screen coming this year from LG, probably around. $11999. Not the curved one though.  This is the flamingo model because of the stand.

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And it is insanely thin. Another shot of that curved OLED display.

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LG is one busy stand. Like sardines in here.

Five point ultra HD touch screen. Like LG’s other UDTV, it’s 84 inch.

LG Australia will provide cloud storage to new TV owners. 50gb sounds like.

LG Google TV not coming to Australia yet.

Sources close to LG say OnLive could launch in Australia, though not known at this time.

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Tuner is built into the laser projector, and that’s in daylight that image.

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Anticipating between 6 and 9k and 1080p, comes with the screen. Get those wallets out.

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LG’s 21:9 monitor, accepts multiple sources, already in Australia. IPS display.

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LG ultrabook, no touch screen on this one

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LG all in ones. The smaller is touch, not the bigger. No idea on Australian release.

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LG made the Rubik’s cube easier to solve. And it’s an iPod dock.  I think.

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Here are some other docks.

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On this speaker, the top is independently controlled, essentially two channel speaker.

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That’s. 9.1 there and wireless. No cables connecting things

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Looks like an LG zero ink printer. Trying to find out if it’s Zink technology.

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Awesome washing machine controls.

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Use your phone to control it

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How about your very own dry clean service?  It’s The Steam Dryer.

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It’s not a dry cleaner we’re being told. Like one, but isn’t one.

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LG is using a new enamel in its appliances to make them easier to clean. Ditches pyrolytic

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Choose your recipe and the LG Smart Oven knows what to do.

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And then monitor your oven status either at home or out

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Smart Share allows you to link up all your media across devices using peer to peer (p2p). So your TV can read movie from your tablet or phone, and vice versa. The files are cached in the cloud.

Taking a break now. In the press room. Will return to some frantic posting soon.

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Trying out Samsung’s natural voice interface. Speak into the mic built into the remote and tell it what uou want to watch.

I said “show me drama” and it gave me a list if choices. Then you pick one. It all works quite well and Australia is one of six countries that will get it.

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This is the new Smart Hub 2.0 interface that will cine in all Samsung 2013 TVs. It also has sections for apps and all your social feeds.

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The utterly gorgeous new Samsung F8000 series – coming to Australia around March.

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Another angle ofthe F8000 series – Samsung’s flagship LED full HD TV.

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Here’s a shot of the 2013 7000 series from Samsung.

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Thus is so cool – Samsung’s curved OLED TV. Meant to give the viewer a more cinematic feel with the screen curving around them.

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Another shot if Samsung’s curved OLED tv.

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Samsung’s 100 inch ultra high definition tv with its ‘Ultimate Design Gallery’ aluminum stand – Wow

Huawei Ascend Mate. That’s a 6.1 inch phone

And that is Huawei so Ascend D2 with a 5 inch full HD screen

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Aagghh! A robot!

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Razors gaming tablet is pretty neat

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Nvidia’s concept gaming console

Hisense has some pretty awesome things at CES

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Hisense 84 inch UDTV

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A Hisense transparent 3D TV is cool to see

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The trees are behind the TV.

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More transparency for the win

Oh, and a 110 inch UDTV.

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I don’t normally think of headphones when I think of Polaroid

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Or tablets

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Uh oh.  I’ll just put this down then.

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… And pick this up.

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It looks very similar to a Nikon.  It can’t just be me.

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Sony gave us a quick tour of the camera on the Xperia Zealand smartphone.

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Hardware wise, it the Xperia Z feels very slick.

Stupid spell check. Not Xperia Zealand. It’s Xperia Z. Apologies Sony.

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Oh, and it’s not afraid of water.

Nyne has a Bluetooth speaker for bicycles that’s also compatible the with prams. I don’t know if this brand is in Australia yet, however.

That’s it for the first official day of CES, and our second day. More tech tomorrow.

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