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Brian Clark

Brian Clark CNBC
Sr. Video Producer, CNBC.com


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    Welcome to the belly of the beast, Central Hall at the Consumer Electronics Show. Some 140,000 people will be making their way through this part of the Convention Center. That's 280,000 feet all looking to step on mine.

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    Certainly one of the hottest technologies at this year's CES is the 27-inch Organic Light Emitting Diode television by Sony, which is just three millimeters thick.

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    Las Vegas and CES have done a really good job this year making sure attendees can easily get to the show. They have shuttle buses leaving every ten minutes. Join me on my ride down Paradise Road.

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    Bill Gates' introduction as keynote speaker started with a video that seemed to focus on the Xbox and its fairly obvious Microsoft is thinking this is the big ticket to consumers' living rooms. On a more broader note, Gates made it clear that high-definition will be everywhere. The quality of 3D environments will enhance the Web experience, Gates says.

  • Samsung's flat-panel television display is shown at the 2007 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

    Its big, loud, crowded and a feast for the senses – which is why rookie visitors to the greatest show on earth may need to know these ten dos and don’ts.

  • Leggett & Platt's Starry Night bed.

    Talk about a life of leisure. At CES, you'll find a bed that has theatre-in-the-round capability, wireless connectivity, an iPod docking station and a DVR. Oh, and by the way, it is also supposed to eliminate snoring.

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    At CES this week, Microsoft founder Bill Gates called it connected entertainment.  Tuesday at Macworld, Steve Jobs called it Apple TV. At best, both allow universal access to every piece of digital content on a PC. At worst, it’s another complex device consumers don’t want to figure out-like a Windows Media Center PC.

  • Sony KDS-r70XBR2 70-in LCoS Rear Projection Set ($5,000)

    Sure, there's plenty of sexy, pocket-size gadgets at the CES, but there's a world of wonder for couch potatoes in the form of HDTV. And for those of you thinking big, here's what you need to know about the new generation of boob tubes.

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    Forget about the iPod or Wii. Here's five tech gadgets that deserve to be on any wish list -- and only one of them will cost you a small fortune.