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A walk through the CES show floor

LAS VEGAS--As the Consumer Electronics Show neared its end, I took a little time to indulge in one of the sillier parts of my coverage. That would be the part where I stood at one end of the Central Hall of the convention center here, then walked to the other end of the hall while holding my camera at eye level to record the journey. (Warning: contents may induce nausea.)

Have a look--and remember that this was only one of the three halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center, and that the show's exhibit space stretched well beyond there.

The Consumer Electronics Association estimated yesterday that more than 120,000 people attended CES, up from 113,085 attendees at last year's recession-stricken event.

Got any other questions about what I saw at CES that I didn't cover here, in the columns I filed Thursday and Friday or in Friday's Web chat? Post them in the comments, and I'll try to answer them as I dig myself out from under a week's worth of e-mail.

By Rob Pegoraro  |  January 11, 2010; 12:15 PM ET
Categories:  CES 2010  
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Comments

Sooooo. Did you swing by the other expo in Vegas while you were out there?

http://blogs.herald.com/dave_barrys_blog/2010/01/a-giant-leap-for-mankind.html

Posted by: wiredog | January 11, 2010 1:20 PM | Report abuse

Actually it was pretty hard to miss the other convention. You'd be in the elevator to a tech party at the Venetian and suddenly you'd be surrounded by some of the other folks. Was kind of odd at times.

Posted by: idiparker | January 11, 2010 4:19 PM | Report abuse

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