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LAS VEGAS--CES is a busy place. Late nights, early mornings, lots of news, reviews, and first looks to be had. Here's a look inside CNET's headquarters at CES 2013, or home base for the week.
The CNET trailer is emblazoned with the red ball logo. Above is a huge red balloon identifying CNET's HQ in front of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
The monorail passes by the CNET trailer.
CNET News Senior Writer Casey Newton pores through the day's news inside the CNET trailer.
Laura Cucullu eating a healthy lunch today in the trailer.
Kent German hard at work inside the trailer this morning.
Editing video inside the trailer at CES.
Eric Franklin writing up the morning's tablet news coming out of CES 2013.
David Katzmaier waits patiently as his video uploads.
CNET's official CES shirts show a keyboard that reads "#1 in tech."
Laura Cucullu's personal stash of CES survival essentials including pretzels, coffee, chocolates, chargers, and tablets.
Jennifer Guevin and Emily Dreyfuss watch a tablet torture test on Molly Wood's Always On.
A jalapeño, peanut, milk chocolate bar picked up from the Mandalay Bay.
Jennifer Guevin keeps everything rolling smoothly along.
Snack central. Essential sustenance for CES survival.
Rachel King and Andrew Nusca at work in the trailer.
The CNET staff busy with essential updates.