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January 9th, 2013
06:53 AM ET

CNN's Dan Simon surveys the coolest new gadgets at the Consumer Electronics Show

The best in new tech is making its debut at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week and CNN’s Silicon Valley Correspondent Dan Simon is there to check it all out. He has the latest on the cutting edge gadgets and gizmos making an impressive splash in Sin City.

From robotic cleaners, and back massagers, indestructible cell phone cases, and ingenious smartpens on display, Simon highlights some of the ultra cool and innovative products at CES, “where 2,000 companies from all over the world are showing off their newest products to the 150 thousand people who came here to be dazzled.”

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  1. brcjacks

    I meant to say "thin" not think.

    January 10, 2013 at 3:31 pm | Reply
  2. brcjacks

    Silly boy, the cell phone nano coating is far too think to block the charging port or restrict it's electrical current. The coating covers everything, inside and out.

    January 10, 2013 at 3:31 pm | Reply
  3. Terrence Olson

    Just what the hell is wrong these women you have doing the news? I just saw this couple with their son get basically "grilled" about not giving there son the flu shot, and Zoraida just goes off and makes a nasty comment about them not protecting their son because of some "poll-report" . You have a major issue with a continuous type of mentality that if they press people and try to get some "response" that is outside of normal it's news. She was embarrassing and owes them a direct apology. It's getting bad on this station, when you berate a mother and father on TV, just to make points, shame on you/CNN and shame on her..

    January 9, 2013 at 7:01 am | Reply

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