The Audience at CES 2013 being treated to some nifty airy skills.
People getting a hands-on experience with products of their liking.
Comedian Gallagher entertaining the crowds at CES 2013
Machines can auto-fly : French Parrot’s Automatic Flying Drones
CES is always host to some weird yet interesting technology : Brushbuddies introduced their talking, singing and popping up tooth brushes.
Lenovo introduced their much awaited ThinkPad Helix (Tablet/Laptop)
More weird technology : a Japanese reporter tries out HAPIfork, an electronic fork which lets you monitor your eating habits.
Moshi digits presented their touchscreen gloves.
Thierry Dechatre of Avenir Telecom demonstrating the BeWii bluetooth operated helicopter.
Phil Molyneux, Sony Electronics President, wirelessly connects a cell phone to a speaker as he speaks during a Sony press conference.
Size does matter : Nitza Martinez shows off an 84-inch LED television by LG Electronics.
Samsung products are a major attraction at CES 2013
The Panasonic Keynote lived up to the hype, announcing some great products.