The CNET booth gets ready for the show to start.
Abrar Al-Heeti and Patrick Holland hard at work.
Andy Altman takes a ride.
Ashley Esqueda gets ready for the stage on Press Day.
Interactive displays at the CNET booth were available for attendees.
Brad Gentile cuts video for the Roadshow team.
Bridget Carey getting a touch-up before hitting the show floor.
César Concepción Salza kicks back.
CNET's massive presence at CES 2020.
Corinne Reichert reports the latest from CES.
View from the control booth.
Mark Serrels concentrates on his next story, while Drew Evans chats up a colleague.
Daniel Van Boom takes a seat in the green room for his next report.
Erica Argueta focuses on video for CNET en Español.
Andrew Gebhart might be a little too excited about the future of laundry.
Jason Hiner shows off the Samsung Sero rotating TV.
Ian Knighton works on video production for CNET.
Iyaz Akhtar and John Falcone in the CNET "war room," headquarters for our edit staff.
Photographer James Martin on the other side of the lens.
Jessica Dolcourt knows that coffee is what gets us all through the show.
Jide Akinrinade from the London home office gets ready to head out.
Joan Solsman at her umpteenth press conference.
Oliver Padilla edits another video while Julia Scott from the events team holds down the fort.
TV guru David Katzmaier with one of this year's big wows, the ginormous Samsung Wall.
After a hard day of talking TV, Katz needs a cat nap.
Our booth lets you see just what goes into our tech testing of everything from coffee makers and robot vacuums to stress tests on foldable phones.
CNET en Español's Laura Martinez readies herself for the latest announcements.
Our IT guys keep us up and running.
A lot goes into four solid days of live streaming.
Marta Franco edits the latest from the video team.
Mitch Chang tells it like it is.
Sarah Mitroff manages the latest wellness content.
Nic Henry produces more show floor video.
Patrick Holland goes hands-on with two Black Shark 2 Pro gaming phones, one with its controller accessory.
Jason Pepper working from the stage control room.
Sally Neiman and Viva Tung grab a snack.
Michael Sorrentino promotes the biggest highlights on CNET's home page.
Like everyone, we start to get a little delirious toward the end of the show.
That's a wrap!