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January 8, 2007 3:31 PM

Whoa! Big stuff at CES

Posted by Brier Dudley

CES used to be full of tiny things, like gumball-sized MP3 players and video players that fit in your shirt pocket.

Apparently big is back, judging from these things I saw on the floor today:


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The enormous Philips remote.





Samsung's gigantic new music phone.





I didn't realize the size of the Samsung Blackjack phone until I saw this one in person.





Wait, this one's not a mockup. That really is a 102'' Samsung plasma TV.





This guy is trying to hide behind the LG Shine Black Label Edition.





Microsoft pitched a little tent for press meetings in the Las Vegas Convention Center parking lot. It must have been designed by the same guy that did Bill Gates' waterfront cottage.

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