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Watch CES 2011 Online

ces-logo The Consumer Electronics Show (CES), one of the biggest electronics and trade show in the world, begins two days from now in Las Vegas from January 6th to January 9th, 2011. This year’s CES is expected to be dominated by Tablet PCs running on Google’s mobile OS Android. Some are also expecting more news on iPad 2 which is likely to be released this year.

The best place to watch the event is CES in Las Vegas. If you can’t afford that, the next best place to head over is where you will be able to watch live videos from the event.

Crunch Gear will also be bringing live updates of the event through

Several participants like Sony and Samsung are also likely to bring live stream of their keynotes through Just visit UStream and search for CES 2011 to find all streaming links.

Then of course, there is the official CES website that will definitely have updates on a regular basis during the 4 days of the event.


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