What will be the Trends of CES 2011? The HomeToys team heads to Vegas to find out.

Before the Sun comes up Thursday January 6th the HomeToys team will be on the road to Las Vegas and the International Consumer Electronics Show 2011. The team of reporters will be researching and trying to gauge what the top trends of 2011 will be: Tablets, connected TV and of course 3D TV are all obvious trends, but what else will set the show floor buzzing. We will keep you up to date with our Special CES Newspage and via Twitter @HomeToys. Upon our return we will have our “Best of CES contest” entries and plenty more news and information to pass along, so stay tuned.

Special thanks to our CES Sponsors: Somfy, Mitsubishi, HAI, Richard Gray’s Power Company, VidaBox & Calrad

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