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A look at the Twitter feeds of some of the brands showcasing technology at CES 2013

Follow Friday: CES special

It’s Friday, and in the world of Twitter that can only mean one thing – #FF.

With CES 2013 coming to a close, we take a look at the Twitter feeds of some of the brands showcasing their new technology at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show.

Samsung@SamsungUK
This year Samsung has unveiled a number of new products, including its new Series 7 touchscreen laptops, an 85-inch Ultra HD TV, the Galaxy S II Plus, and a bendable smartphone prototype.

Nvidia@nvidia
Nvidia announced its handheld gaming system ‘Project Shield’ at this year’s show. The device can play Android games as well as stream titles from your Steam library.

Valve@steam_games
Valve’s highly anticipated ‘Steam Box’ was finally revealed at CES, specifically designed for use with Steam and its Big Picture mode.

ROCCAT@ROCCAT
The German gaming brand showed of its latest peripherals, including the Ryos, the firm’s first mechanical gaming keyboard.

Huawei@HuaweiPress
CES 2013 was all about break records for Huawei, who unveiled the world’s largest smartphone as well as the world’s smallest data card.

Hello Kitty@hellokitty
It wouldn’t be CES without the insanely popular Hello Kitty splashing its face across a range of gadgets, and this year is no different.

Kogan@Kogan
Technology manufacturer Kogan unveiled an Android smartphone costing just £119.

iBuyPower@iBUYPOWER
The firm has made the jump from system boutique vendor to PC vendor with the announcement of its Revolt custom PC.

LEGO@LEGO_Group
LEGO-loving iPhone owners rejoice – official iPhone cases have arrived!

Microsoft@Microsoft
One of PCR’s most viewed stories from CES the week has been the concept video for Microsoft’s IllumiRoom.

Acer@AcerAmerica
After weeks of speculation and rumour, Acer finally announced its Iconia B1-A71 tablet at this year’s event.

HP@hpnews
HP focused mostly on monitors at this year’s CES, with its new range featuring the firm’s first portable USB-powered monitor.

Polaroid@Polaroid
Two notable products from Polaroid include an Android camera and a tablet for children.

Lenovo @lenovo
Lenovo unveiled its ‘rip and flip’ ThinkPad Helix.

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