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Hosted in a ballroom at Caesar's Palace, Digital Experience 2011 featured more than 175 tech companies showing off their wares.
This year's event, put on by Pepcom Inc., featured an alien theme.
TiVo showed off its most recent interface, complete with plush TVs.
One of the leaders in waterproof camera casings, Olympus is ready for all your scuba and snorkeling needs.
Can you imagine carrying around a phone that large anymore? Ecosquid.com helps you recycle your old electronics.
Guests at Digital Experience were treated to an icy arrival.
TDK is back in the game with a drool-inducing portable stereo. And yes, it's heavy.
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.
Nike runners sprinted around the ballroom with the company's SportWatch GPS, powered by TomTom.
Continuing the alien theme, spaceships were hung from the ceiling of the room.
Along with all the vendor displays, there was plenty of food to be had.
Samsung's flexible AMOLED display prototype, only 2mm thick, runs at a 800x480-pixel resolution.
CNET editor Jasmine France checks out the latest from Phiaton headphones.
The barkeep offered up an unnaturally blue liquid. We're pretty sure it's not Gatorade.