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We’re Going To CES – We Need You

We’re Going To CES – We Need You

By David Ponce

So guys, we’re going to CES (Jan 8th to the 11th) this year again, but this time we’re bringing the cavalry… otherwise known as three of us (sadly, Luke cannot make it). We’re going to dive head first into a gigantic, breathing, pulsating smorgasboard of digital paraphernalia. It’ll be an electric technobrothel where 2,700 manufacturers will trip over themselves to whore their wares to the jonesing press. And it’ll be our job to be discerning Johns.

We need your help.

What do you want to read about? Mainstream consumer electronics? Big honking TVs? More esoteric gadgets? Audio equipment? Video? The hunt for the elusive CES gnomes?

Please make your requests in the comments, and we’ll do our best to accommodate you.


21 responses to “We’re Going To CES – We Need You”

  1. HAL_9000 says:

    definitely more esoteric gadgets, the newest MID's and CES babes! πŸ™‚

  2. Civin says:

    Step 1: Find elusive CES gnomes
    Step 2: ???
    Step 3: Profit!

  3. brian says:

    flashlights, cell phones, laptops, and bathtubs

  4. hgregory says:

    Electronics Clothing and Accessories!!!! πŸ™‚

  5. tomlor says:

    No TVs and mainstream crap! That'll get rammed down our throats on every other gadget blog out there. Bring us the bizarre, wonderful, and dangerous inventions that I don't see anywhere else!

  6. c.drifter says:

    I agree with Tomlor, no TV stuff and no mainstream consumer electronics. I love this site because it gives the oddball technologies that ride the line between extremely awesome and extremely ridiculous. Bring on the weird side of the CES!

  7. Ken says:

    Hey, how about help us the cool chaser to report on Coolest and hottest stuffs in CES? Everything is okay, as long as they are the coolest! πŸ™‚

    Lurking around 2,700 big boys might be tiring, but we will really appreciate your efforts! πŸ˜€

  8. JF says:

    I'd like coverage on stereoscopic 3D display technology. I'm hoping to see 3D TV, Video Games and Computer software here in the next few years. Sharp has had a 3D capable for a few years now, but I haven't heard much since.

  9. TrishaG says:

    Would be good to see the practical, but unusual. p.s. are you still in san diego?

  10. David Ponce says:

    Hi Trisha. Yes, I'm still in San Diego. Well, San Marcos to be accurate, until Jan 2nd.

  11. TrishaG says:

    Cool… then this is something cool to check out…if you have a car…

    also, still recommend the wild animal park… not too far from the wild animal park.



  12. Bryon says:

    I enjoy reading about new video technology – such as new innovations in video camera technology, especially in regards to semi-professional use.

    Also, I second (third? fourth?) what others have suggested about covering the weird gadgets – I enjoy reading about quirky and not always useful gadgets.

  13. Marky G says:

    No regular TVs, MP3 Players, netbooks. Just 3D TVs, e-ink, speech recognition, 3d Printers, Mr Fusion generators, rocket packs, gravity-emitting diodes, USB time travel devices, and hovercars

  14. Audio-video equipment please! Looking forward to your reviews.

  15. Dre says:

    Hot booth CHIX! πŸ™‚

  16. Chezare says:

    Gadgets all the way! something that I can get and tell my friends look what I got and you dont!

  17. madmardigan says:

    ohhh.. I want network storage.. cheap gigabit kind.. torrent friendly.

  18. HAL_9000 says:

    I'm curious if LG will be showing off this here in the US

  19. Justin says:

    I'd really like to hear about the latest in thin digital cameras, if they have those there πŸ™‚

  20. Justin says:

    I'd really like to hear about the latest in thin digital cameras, if they have those there πŸ™‚

  21. Justin says:

    I'd really like to hear about the latest in thin digital cameras, if they have those there πŸ™‚