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CES 2011 coverage
CES 2011 coverage on FlatpanelsHD


By Rasmus Larsen (@flatpanels)
04 Jan 2011

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The CES exhibition in Las Vegas is one of the largest shows in the consumer electronics industry. On CES 2011 major manufacturers are planning to unveil their 2011 line-ups including all the new flat panel TVs. Read all the latest news from the CES 2011 here on FlatpanelsHD.

CES 2011 coverage on FlatpanelsHD

On CES 2011 all the popular AV manufacturers are planning to unveil their new 2011 flat panel TV, Blu-ray players, speakers, TV boxes, etc. but also demonstrate the latest in technology and innovation.

CES 2011
The new 2011 flat panels TV line-up will be unveiled at CES 2011


FlatpanelsHD will provide you with all the latest news from CES 2011 on the CES 2011 coverage page here or on the front page.

Starting January 2011

The new products are being unveiled now and in the coming weeks. The major press presentations are planned to kick off in the next few days.

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