CES 2013: 10 Strange But True Scenes

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The iLounge

Apple is a well-known CES no-show. But, ironically, the event still dedicated a large part of its show floor to the Cupertino giant called "iLounge," where vendors flaunted their latest and greatest accessories for the iPhone and iPad.

The iLounge itself struck some folks as strange, considering Apple wasn't even at CES. But, stranger yet were some of the products and displays found inside, such as this giant, revolving iPad built by Ozaki, an iPhone and iPad case manufacturer.


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