CES Video Roundup: The whole happy, horrible, humungous thing

Palm Pre hands-on

Joel Johnson and John Brownlee get hands-on time with the new smartphone. It won’t be out until the summer, but one verdict’s already in: Palm’s not dead yet.

Many more after the jump!

Drew Carey and son hunt for cars and robots

Carey and Connor search for talking robots and “tiny cars I can ride in.” Along the way, Drew stops at the Intel booth to check out a $47,000 VR racing system

Sign language translator

Basic in execution, but handy for teaching yourself how to sign.

Boxee ready for the Big Time
One of the more fool-proof ways to get stuff like Netflix, Hulu, Comedy Central and even network television to your computer

King of CES: Day 1 at the show

Joel is anointed King of CES by industry supremo Gary Shapiro, Xeni snuggles with robot pets, while Rob checks out nice netbooks and nasty scotch

Day 2: WIndows 7, Vaio P and strange indications

Xeni finds a bizarre sign, Joel harasses those waiting for Steve Ballmer’s keynote and Rob gets a hands-on with Sony’s Vaio P on day 2.

Asus booth: netbook heaven or hell

Xeni and Rob check out Asus’ big selection of small laptops: dozens of models, some available as bamboo, Lamé or Lamborghini.

CES Video: D-Box Motion Chairs

We got a chance to sample the motion simulation gear from D-BOX at this year’s CES, including this fantastic new GPH-120 “Home” model that starts at a low, low $3,000

CES Video: We Did It!

This video most accurately portrays our day-to-day hellbent wanderings on the show floor.

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2 Responses to CES Video Roundup: The whole happy, horrible, humungous thing

  1. zuzu says:

    So many Flash embeds makes my browser sad.

  2. Rob Beschizza says:

    Yeah, sorry about that. “Goodbye, netbook users, and so long!”

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