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CES 2011 over
CES 2011 over - now what?


By Rasmus Larsen (@flatpanels)
17 Jan 2011

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CES 2011 in Las Vegas is over and has been the most visited CES fair ever. Manufacturers have unveiled their new 2011 products, but now what? Now we start chasing more information and will give you some hands-on experiences. Pricing on the new TVs will also be revealed soon.

Prices and details on 2011 TVs

You have now seen the 2011 TVs (if not then see the Best of CES 2011 here). Over the coming months the US and EU models will become available on the market. FlatpanelsHD is ready to tell you much more.

Sony HX929
Sony HX929


Just like last year we will give you an opportunity to ask question to the manufacturers before the press events. FlatpanelsHD will pass on your question to the manufactures for answers.

Below you can see the first dates to remember.
Sony: January 19, 2011
Panasonic: February 15-16, 2011
LG: February 15-16, 2011

Coverage on Samsung, Philips and Sharp later on.

Before each press conference you will see an article on the front page. Please use this article if you have any question not this one.

To learn more about the 2011 models see our CES 2011 coverage page here. You can also subscribe to our newsletter to receive updates.




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