140,000 CES 2008 attendees can explore the nearly 2 million square feet of exhibition space at this year's conference--exploring everything from underwater camcorders to colorful touch-screen phones--if their legs can take all the walking.
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This is but one of the show hall lobby areas in the Las Vegas Convention Center.
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An event technician sets up lighting in the South Hall of the LVCC in preparation for the highly illuminated show. It wouldn't be Vegas, after all, without plenty of neon.
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Meanwhile, the CNET.com crew is busy setting up the CNET Live Stage, just outside the South Hall. Brian Cooley and the gang test their microphones and sound levels.
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With one night left to prepare for the show opening, presenters rehearse while technicians install remaining booth components.
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RCA rolls out the blue carpet for its selection of TVs.
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It takes an enormous amount of elbow grease to prepare for the world's largest consumer technology trade show. Here, workers mop the floor squeaky clean.
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CES staff takes a much needed nap after a morning of intense construction work.
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Show maps, vendor directories, and free tech magazines wait for the pre-show press day.
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Convenient stations let press print out personalized routes between booths and vendors--a wonderful convenience in a show that stretches across many halls and show floors.
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