We survived Day 1 of CES. The key to this is: wear good walking shoes, hydrate, and don't eat too much during the lunch buffet (pro tip: the more you eat, the more you are going to dump and that just slows you down).
I am not even halfway through the halls. I did see some really cool stuff. These LG monitors were so thin, people kept looking at them from the side to see how thin.
It was also reassuring to know that in America, their tech shows also deploy their share of booth babes.
I also spent a fair bit of time in 3D. Everyone seemed to be offering a 3D something or other. I picked up a pair of 3D glasses from these nice LG ladies and watched all their 3D stuff on different screens.
Hang on, that sounded very wrong. I mean "watched all of LG's 3D stuff on different screens".
I liked the demo in the room with the 180-inch full HD projector screen. Although I am not sure I was cut out for playing the racing game with 3 screens in 3D. I can play an FPS or driving game and I can watch a movie in 3D, but I am not sure my brain can handle doing both: FPS + 3D.
This steaming cabinet fascinated me. When the gentleman opened the door, there were jackets shaking inside and steam coming out. I also saw a fridge that can tweet.
By mid-afternoon, my feet were starting to feel like these booth ladies: tired and aching. Good thing I have all that training running around the San Diego Comic-Con.
I knocked out that night, again with the TV on, and missed the movie National Treasure showing on the USA cable channel. Maybe that's not such a bad thing.