The 404 at CES 2013: Where we change out $100 (podcast)

For our final show at CES 2013, we're showing off a trip to Insert Coin(s), a video game bar and lounge in downtown Las Vegas. We'll also highlight some of the ups and down of this year's product showcases, examine the trend of overbuilding gadgets for toughness, and more.


We've seen plenty of innovative gadgets at this year's show, but Jeff wants to talk about a few things we'd be thankful to never see again.

We'll also talk about the trend of indestructibility with regard to smartphone cases and screen protectors, alternative computer displays, and more.

Finally, we'll check out a local bar called Insert Coin(s) that dispels the myth of video game stereotypes. It's a unique take on nightlife that lets patrons choose from a selection of 60 vintage cabinets and modern games that you can play on 44 HDTVs plastered all over the walls.

Enjoy the show!

The 404 at CES 2013: Where we change out $100



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