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CNET January 6, 2016

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Day one of CES 2016
It’s the official first day of CES 2016 here in Las Vegas, and there’s plenty here to see. As always, there’s the wacky — moving VR couches — and the simply cool — LG OLEDs — and there’s still three days to go! It promises to be a bountiful week of gadgets so stay tuned to as we bring you everything 2016 (and beyond) has in store. READ MORE »
Ty Pendlebury
Senior Associate Editor / New York

Today’s headlines /

Highest-end LG OLED TV slims down with picture-on-glass design

The pinnacle of LG’s 2016 OLED TV lineup, the G6 series offers the same picture quality as less-expensive models in a sleeker, thinner design.

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Make your couch part of the movie-watching experience with Immersit

Four moving pads under your furniture make you feel like you’re in whatever video you’re watching.

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Samsung announces price for its 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Player

Samsung is taking preorders for its first 4K Blu-ray player, which will be available for $399.

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Dish’s Hopper 3 DVR has a whopping 16 tuners, lets you watch four HD channels at once on a 4K TV

The Hopper 3, due out early this year, is arguably the most powerful and feature-packed DVR to date.

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Meet Lois Whitman: She’s attended every CES since 1967

The Audiophiliac chats with Lois Whitman about CES — she’s seen them all!

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