The Sands Convention Center at CES in Las Vegas was home to various small companies and emerging-technology companies showing off their wares. Among them: a Dutch firm that's trying to reinvigorate the Commodore brand. Here, a booth shows off its products, including a portable media player and a media hub.
PC cases that light up, such as this one from Logisys, are a staple of the outer reaches of tech trade shows. At this year's CES, smaller firms can be found at the Sands Convention Center.
A CES attendee tries out the Golf Launchpad, a PlayStation 2 controller that lets golfers take a real swing while
playing virtual golf.
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