What are you looking forward to seeing at CES?


Once again CES is here again.  What are you looking forward to seeing this year?

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Absolutely nothing. I started tuning out CES years ago, and I have no intention of bothering with it again. That's not to say that there won't be some interesting stuff; it's more a comment on my eye rolling whenever a trade show happens. Yeah, I've become a bit cynical over the years.

Wake me when CES is over, eh? ;)

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Steve Ballmer's final keynote address!  Snooki.  And, in the tradition of the past two CESs, more 3D TVs! Actually, the one thing I look forward to seeing on the market is LG's new OLED TV.  I've only seen photos, but it has such a small bezel that it looks like an image floating in mid-air.  Ultrabooks seem to be one of the flavors of the day at CES this time around, but I just can't get very excited about them - though I do admit "ultrabook" sounds more interesting than "thin, powerful laptop".  So far, I haven't really seen much that is truly new at CES this year, it looks more like refinement of existing products.

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