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CES Unveiled: Smart gadgets of 2012

Ion Audio managing director William Fortin displays the Ion Audio Guitar Apprentice. Users put their iPads into the USD 99 unit and with a free App can use the guitar as a teaching and performance tool. 

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Ion Audio managing director William Fortin displays the Ion Audio Guitar Apprentice. Users put their iPads into the USD 99 unit and with a free App can use the guitar as a teaching and performance tool. The frets on the guitar light up to show finger placement and there is room to plug the device into an amplifier. Getty Images
Ion Audio managing director William Fortin displays the Ion Audio Guitar Apprentice. Users put their iPads into the USD 99 unit and with a free App can use the guitar as a teaching and performance tool. The frets on the guitar light up to show finger placement and there is room to plug the device into an amplifier. Getty Images
1/9 Ion Audio managing director William Fortin displays the Ion Audio Guitar Apprentice. Users put their iPads into the USD 99 unit and with a free App can use the guitar as a teaching and performance tool. The frets on the guitar light up to show finger placement and there is room to plug the device into an amplifier. Getty Images
The video game Pac-Man is played on an iCade by Ion Audio during a press event at The Venetian for the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) January 8, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Users can play video games on their iPads using the device. Getty Images
The video game Pac-Man is played on an iCade by Ion Audio during a press event at The Venetian for the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) January 8, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Users can play video games on their iPads using the device. Getty Images
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2/9 The video game Pac-Man is played on an iCade by Ion Audio during a press event at The Venetian for the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) January 8, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Users can play video games on their iPads using the device. Getty Images
A Kivic One is displayed during CES Unveiled. The new device, available in March, streams video from a smart phone to other devices, like a vehicle video player. REUTERS
A Kivic One is displayed during CES Unveiled. The new device, available in March, streams video from a smart phone to other devices, like a vehicle video player. REUTERS
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3/9 A Kivic One is displayed during CES Unveiled. The new device, available in March, streams video from a smart phone to other devices, like a vehicle video player. REUTERS
An ActionTec wireless HD video receiver is displayed during CES Unveiled. The ActionTec system allows consumers to wirelessly send HD video to multiple televisions in the home. REUTERS
An ActionTec wireless HD video receiver is displayed during CES Unveiled. The ActionTec system allows consumers to wirelessly send HD video to multiple televisions in the home. REUTERS
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4/9 An ActionTec wireless HD video receiver is displayed during CES Unveiled. The ActionTec system allows consumers to wirelessly send HD video to multiple televisions in the home. REUTERS
A woman tries out a Tinke device by Zensorium on an iPhone during CES Unveiled, a media preview event, at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show The device allows users to make various medical measurements (heart rate, respiratory, oxygenation) and monitor them on their phones. REUTERS
A woman tries out a Tinke device by Zensorium on an iPhone during CES Unveiled, a media preview event, at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show The device allows users to make various medical measurements (heart rate, respiratory, oxygenation) and monitor them on their phones. REUTERS
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5/9 A woman tries out a Tinke device by Zensorium on an iPhone during CES Unveiled, a media preview event, at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show The device allows users to make various medical measurements (heart rate, respiratory, oxygenation) and monitor them on their phones. REUTERS
Behringer Vice President of Marketing Communications Mark Wilder displays a Behringer Splash Bluetooth speaker that you can throw in your pool. The Splash comes with a separate dock for music players and will be available in the second quarter of 2012 for USD 99. Getty Images
Behringer Vice President of Marketing Communications Mark Wilder displays a Behringer Splash Bluetooth speaker that you can throw in your pool. The Splash comes with a separate dock for music players and will be available in the second quarter of 2012 for USD 99. Getty Images
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6/9 Behringer Vice President of Marketing Communications Mark Wilder displays a Behringer Splash Bluetooth speaker that you can throw in your pool. The Splash comes with a separate dock for music players and will be available in the second quarter of 2012 for USD 99. Getty Images
A HTC smartphone with a ST Ericsson Nova A9500 application processor chip is shown at the Consumer Electronics Show opening event in Las Vegas January 8, 2012. The chip runs augmented reality applications such as the demonstration showing the contents in the box which can be seen in the background. REUTERS
A HTC smartphone with a ST Ericsson Nova A9500 application processor chip is shown at the Consumer Electronics Show opening event in Las Vegas January 8, 2012. The chip runs augmented reality applications such as the demonstration showing the contents in the box which can be seen in the background. REUTERS
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7/9 A HTC smartphone with a ST Ericsson Nova A9500 application processor chip is shown at the Consumer Electronics Show opening event in Las Vegas January 8, 2012. The chip runs augmented reality applications such as the demonstration showing the contents in the box which can be seen in the background. REUTERS
A Sensia 200D internet radio by Pure is displayed during CES Unveiled. The device is integrated with the Pure music service that went online this week in the UK.  REUTERS.
A Sensia 200D internet radio by Pure is displayed during CES Unveiled. The device is integrated with the Pure music service that went online this week in the UK. REUTERS.
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8/9 A Sensia 200D internet radio by Pure is displayed during CES Unveiled. The device is integrated with the Pure music service that went online this week in the UK. REUTERS.
Jackie Ballinger from GriffinTechnology displays the Helo TC Assault at CES Unveiled, ahead of the opening of the annual Consumer Electronics Show on January 8, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The easy-to-fly indoor remote controlled toy helicopter can be controlled with a iPhone, iPad or iPod touch and will soon be available for Android devices. AFP PHOTO
Jackie Ballinger from GriffinTechnology displays the Helo TC Assault at CES Unveiled, ahead of the opening of the annual Consumer Electronics Show on January 8, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The easy-to-fly indoor remote controlled toy helicopter can be controlled with a iPhone, iPad or iPod touch and will soon be available for Android devices. AFP PHOTO
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9/9 Jackie Ballinger from GriffinTechnology displays the Helo TC Assault at CES Unveiled, ahead of the opening of the annual Consumer Electronics Show on January 8, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The easy-to-fly indoor remote controlled toy helicopter can be controlled with a iPhone, iPad or iPod touch and will soon be available for Android devices. AFP PHOTO
First Published Date: 09 Jan, 15:22 IST
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