Found in DC: More CES Video
Don't you love the pleasant surprise when you come home from a long trip, upload your digital photos to your computer and realize there's some pretty good shots there. Well, we found some pretty good video on the CES camcorder - and while the show has already made its way into the history books, we thought we'd share these clips anyway.
Did you see the picture that accompanied my column in today's paper - the one of the Blues Brothers impersonators pushing LG Electronics' dual-format high-definition DVD player? Wondering what they're singing? (Hint: it's not Soul Man.) Click here for a video clip of the performance and the crowd that gathered around to watch.
If you're a company like Intel, which makes the computer chips that go into computers, what sort of products do you display in your CES booth. PCs, of course. Intel had computers of all shapes and sizes, including one of a football helmet PC (and no, it wasn't the Redskins.) Take a look at a video clip of Intel's display by clicking here.
LOUD. That's the best way to describe the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center. A number of car audio companies brought in some cool cars and monster trucks and tricked them out with high-end sound systems. Take a look at the video clip by clicking here. Watch your volume control.
Sometimes, sales technique is everything. CES is not justabout showcasing new products. It's also a marketplace where you can pick up low-cost USB drives, cables and other electronics accessories. One vendor says sales have been strong at this year's show. Check out the short clip by clicking here.
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