CES Snapshot – Sands Expo Center

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CES continued to overload the senses forcing me to allocate my budget in 2007 to buy half of everything I saw once it all hits the market.

This time I took a 15 minute shuttle ride over to the Sands Expo Center where I was able to have a more relaxed show experience.

The Adult Entertainment Expo was also at the Sands

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Very Cool and Ultra Thin Graphics Tablets from Adesso. Also, Check the Adesso Cyberpad – it is a notepad that converts notes into digital texts.

Cybertablet Z12
Adesso Z12 Graphics Tablet

CyberTablet Family

Adesso Graphics Tablets

802.11 Wireless Projector Adapter and Portable Business Card Reader by NewSoft.

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NewSoft Wireless Projector Adapter

BizCard Reader

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John Dvorak for PC Magazine Videoshoot

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Flybook’s incredibly stylish and tiny sub notebooks. Not available in the states yet!

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Tritton’s Portable USB Speakers with Subwoofer and Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound Gaming Headphones with 8 Speakers!!!

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