CES shows our future

Thomas, Larry
January 2007
Furniture/Today;1/15/2007, Vol. 31 Issue 19, p1
Trade Publication
The article discusses the key performance played by furniture exhibitors at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) held in January 2007. These Furniture exhibitors revealed that the products triggering demand for their products included gaming consoles, portable music players, cell phones and new televisions. Several products from various exhibitors at CES are detailed. Every furniture exhibitor reportedly agreed that features and functions are important to the flat-panel TV purchaser.


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