CES stands for 'Can editors screw up?' Yes, they can.With CES 2014 in Las Vegas wrapping up, we take a look at our CNET editors' highlights from the show floor.
-Three, two, one. Again, I am Lynn, and you've been checking out the CPP 100 and the CPP 300 Solar Battery-- Solar-- sorry. Solar-- I know. -Swing. Backhand. Agile. No problem. -Hey. I'm Xiomara Blanco for CNET here in Las Vegas for CES-- -Not good. -I'm Eric Franklin reporting. Reporting. Three-- that's-- -Sorry-- sorry. -Sorry. Tres, dos, uno. -There we go. Oh, I-- -Raise your hand right up, and it will automatically turn on-- Did it just-- -No. -No, it's not. -Hey, everyone. I'm Jason Jenkins for CNET at CES with the Schwinn CycleNav. Sorry. -I feel like I'm playing an accordion. -Tres, dos, uno. Tres, dos, uno. Tres, dos, uno. Blank. Tres, dos, uno. -The Mini is a mono speaker, and it's-- Okay. Let me just-- give me a-- give me a second. I'm sorry. -At CES 2014, I'm Scott Stein. No end to that. I don't like that at all. Let's do the whole end again. -Here we go. -I'm Scott Stein. I am tired. -Very nice. -I almost got it. -Now, here's someone who's way better at it than me. -Now, this is something I'm really excited-- really excited here. So, I gotta figure out how to speak. -Here we go. -All right. Join us. Hold hands with the-- aficionado with you. Everybody, come on. Everyone grab the hand. This is not weird. -This is way better. -I'm Xiomara Blanco for CNET here in Las Vegas for-- I sound last weird. -That's all for now. I'm Luke Westaway for CNET here at CES 2014. Check out CES. CNET.com for more. -That's--