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It's one of the most important dates on the true tech geek's calendar.
The 2010 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) kicks off today in Las Vegas.
Every year the biggest companies introduce their new products at the event - and this year is no different.
Pundits are predicting that 3D televisions will be one of the big things to come out of CES 2010.
The success of 3D movies like "Up" and "Avatar" seems to have brought about a new era for entertainment.
But before the show even got underway LG made waves in the world of home entertainment.
Yesterday they unveiled a flat screen TV so thin - it'll give the set you have at home serious body image issues.
Amazon's "Kindle" - a device to read electronic books on - saw huge sales near the end of last year.
So tech gurus say more companies will be introducing E-readers at CES this year as well.
But don't take my word for it...
Peter Nowak is in Las Vegas and will have more on the must-have gadgets of 2010 on the show.
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