CES 2007 Snapshot

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CES 2007 is the electronics event of the year and there are no signs of slowing down. The sheer volume of companies, new electronics, gadget lovers, deal makers and media is deafening and entrancing.

Some of the more fascinating elements about CES that you probably won’t read anywhere but here, pertain to the socialization of information and not so much the technology and gadgets themselves. CES has a global audience and a global attendance. And, for five days, we all convene at the LVCC, Sands, among the dozens of simultaneous events globalize information.

There’s almost too much to take in, but I did my best inbetween appointments. Following is a snapshot from the Las Vegas Convention Center. Next up, a snapshot from The Sands.

The foot traffic at CES is unbelievable

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Focus Enhancements Wireless Ultrawideband technology for streaming HD video and audio between TVs, DVD players, Home Theaters. Finally no more wires!

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Motorola

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Ximeta‘s NDAS Home Theater PC (HTPC) – this is on my shopping list!

Ximeta Home Theater PC

LG

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102” Plasma HDTV displaying 1080p

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Texas Instruments ultra slim DLP HDTV processors

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Megan Saulsbury showing her style at MetStyle

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MediaGate can wirelessly stream HD movies from PC to your HDTV

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Skull Candy rapped about their gear for the young digital lifestyle

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Jabra’s wireless and wired headsets and earphones

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Belkin shows us how to compute in style

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Nicole Miller debuts new line of fashionable gadget bags

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my.vu lets you enjoy the widescreen experience anywhere, anytime

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Intel shows off its processing speed and performance by letting attendees race each other

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CES press room

CES Press Room

Party Crasher, Sarah Meyers at the iPod vending machine

Sarah Meyers at an iPod Vending Machine

I attended the CES Blogger party hosted by Blog Business Summit at the Atomic Testing Museum and also jumped on over to PodTech‘s Bloghaus. I’ll post those experiences on bub.blicio.us.

For more pictures, jump to the flickr album.

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Brian Solis is a digital analyst, anthropologist, and also a futurist. In his work at Altimeter Group, Solis studies the effects of disruptive technology on business and society. More so, he humanizes technology’s causal effect to help people see people differently and understand what to do about it. He is an award-winning author and avid keynote speaker who is globally recognized as one of the most prominent thought leaders in digital transformation and innovation.

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