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5 Unique Linux Based Products at CES 2013

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January has come to an end and the highlight of the month was undoubtedly, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) held annually at Las Vegas. With each new events featuring latest and greatest from the world of consumer electronics, Linux and products based on it are becoming more prominent than ever. This year's CES was no different. Here's a quick roundup of 5 very unique Linux based devices introduced during CES 2013.

Project SHIELD: Nvidia's Project SHIELD was one of the biggest surprises at CES 2013. It is a full-featured, handheld gaming console powered by Nvidia's own Tegra 4 CPU (which it claims as the fastest in the market for mobiles) and a custom 72-core NVIDIA GeForce GPU.

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