What happens in Vegas doesn't stay in Vegas, at least when it comes to CES 2009. We've been bringing you all the news you need to hear as the world's technorati spent a wild week in Sin City. Now we've got our breath back, massaged our expense claims and nursed our hangovers, it's time to look back over what went down, with our (nearly) ABC of CES 2009.
A is for announcements. All the major manufacturers -- and lots of minor players -- showed up, with the launch of new products from Dick Tracy tech to tiny projectors to extreme memory cards to Sony's not-a-netbook to blinkin' mind control!
B is for Blu-ray. Panasonic gave us awayday Blu-ray, while Sony wheeled out Toy Story helmer John Lasseter to ensmuggen proceedings in Blu-ray's first anniversary of the decisive blow in the format war with HD DVD at last year's CES.
C is for CNET. As always, CNET entertained the masses with live podcasts, discussions and even the odd quiz. Meanwhile, your 'umble Cravers Reid, Morris and Trenholm scoured the show for the best bits, while Cravers Lim and Lanxon held the fort back at Crave Towers.
Take a look at our photos as we cast an eye back over the show.