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CES Unveiled

by Peter Nowak, CBCNews.ca.

At the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Peter Nowak in this video takes a look at some of the newest devices, including dual-screened laptops, full-body massage chairs and 3-D television sets.

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