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گزارش تصویری از غرفه های درحال ساخت CES2013

Workers on lifts put the finishing touches on Samsung's booth, which has been under construction for a month.

Giant boxes of appliances obstruct the view outside LG's booth. Construction began shortly after Thanksgiving, workers tell us.

It'd be hard to send GoPro's crates to the wrong booth.

A worker driving a forklift flashes a smile.

Giant Samsung Galaxy Note IIs, it turns out, run Windows.

A 622-pound crate awaits unpacking outside Canon's booth.

A common sight on the show floor prior to opening: black cloths designed to conceal unannounced products.

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Workers have long nights ahead of them before Tuesday's opening.

Samsung's booth, from some angles, looks like an endless white box two stories tall.

Panasonic's proximity to the restrooms will inevitably make it a popular destination for show-goers.

A taped diagram lets workers know how RCA's booth is supposed to look when it's finished.

It takes a giant ladder to reach a logo strung from the convention center's ceiling.

Don't drop it!

Programming and choreographing the light show on Hisense's booth floor takes an impressive rig.

Hydraulic lifts are a common sight in the days before the show floor opens.

Hisense, a Chinese manufacturer unfamiliar to many Americans, takes the place of Microsoft's booth this year in one of CES's most visible locations: the very front of Central Hall.

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