Fuji CES Press Conference was live-blogged at CNet
The Fuji CES 2013 press conference ended at 3:40pm NYC time. You can catch the archives at the CNet live-blogging from the event. Three of CNet are covered the event live. This started at around 3pm New York City time (12pm Vegas time). This is a text-and-pictures live-blog, Fuji did not offer a video feed.
During the press conference, Fuji revealed that there are 130,000 Fuji X100 users worldwide.
Fuji X100s and X20 officially revealed as of 3:25pm ET. As of 3:33pm, the CNet live blog says there is "something hiding for later". UPDATE: The banner was hiding the prices, $1300 for the X100S and $600 for the X20. This perhaps may explain why the XF1 dropped to $400.
During the weekend, Fuji "accidentally" self-leaked the new X100S and X10 fixed-lens cameras.
Stay tuned for the official press releases and hands-on reports (hopefully/perhaps). Those will be posted in separate customary new-camera-announcement blog-posts when they happen.