Digital Experience 2011

Hosted in a ballroom at Caesar's Palace, Digital Experience 2011 featured more than 175 tech companies showing off their wares.
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Aliens everywhere

This year's event, put on by Pepcom Inc., featured an alien theme.
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TiVo

TiVo showed off its most recent interface, complete with plush TVs.
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Olympus dunks its models

One of the leaders in waterproof camera casings, Olympus is ready for all your scuba and snorkeling needs.
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Old-school tech

Can you imagine carrying around a phone that large anymore? Ecosquid.com helps you recycle your old electronics.
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Alien ice bar

Guests at Digital Experience were treated to an icy arrival.
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TDK's booming box

TDK is back in the game with a drool-inducing portable stereo. And yes, it's heavy.
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Human Touch

You're looking at a $6,000 massage chair. Yes, $6,000. Human Touch showed off its AcuTouch 9500 massage chairs at this year's Digital Experience.
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Ready, set, go!

Nike runners sprinted around the ballroom with the company's SportWatch GPS, powered by TomTom.
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Beware of flying saucers

Continuing the alien theme, spaceships were hung from the ceiling of the room.
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Meat anyone?

Along with all the vendor displays, there was plenty of food to be had.
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Flexing its muscle

Samsung's flexible AMOLED display prototype, only 2mm thick, runs at a 800x480-pixel resolution.
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Listen up

CNET editor Jasmine France checks out the latest from Phiaton headphones.
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A drink after a long day

The barkeep offered up an unnaturally blue liquid. We're pretty sure it's not Gatorade.
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