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The secret entrance to the CEA line show. Okay, it's not so secret.
Many ergonomic mice greeted us, along with squishy disembodied thumbs-up hands.
This is how we felt after an hour or so.
SanDisk's tiny microSD card MP3/FM slotRadio comes with 1000 Billboard songs pre-loaded for $99.99. Extra pre-loaded music cards on display.
Donuts sit uneaten.
The Peek, the Flip of email devices, says hello.
Bottles of water, anyone?
An affordable 3D printer shown off by MakerBot, claiming to cost less than competitors.
3D webcam. In red-and-blue monochrome, no less. Um, why?
Some exhibits felt a little out of place.
Monster's hardcore earbud selection station, for listening to their nice-sounding Turbine headphones.
Mitsubishi's new Unisen line of LCD TVs include surround-sound bars built in...if only our photo was similarly high-quality.
Mitsubishi's Laservue TV looked great in person (don't believe the blurry photo), and under a power usage monitor was running as much wattage as a light bulb.
Easy home-mounting kit for flat-panel TVs, no bracket needed.
This plug-in from Hantech claims to give your laptop tablet functionality, allowing you to write on the screen with a stylus.
Toshiba, along with Mitsubishi, were a few of the big electronics manufacturers present. Their newest LED-backlit TVs were on display.
Donuts, still uneaten.
The hall of sadness.