CES 2008 Las Vegas press coverage

Posted on Tuesday, Jan 08 2008 @ 13:33 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Check out the Digital Experience event and some of the vendors and products we took a look at which you can expect to see on store shelves soon. New products like the Dell Crystal, Alienware Superwide screen, and products from CoolIT Systems.

Check it out at TechWareLabs.

Here we are at CES with way to many things to see and hardly enough time to see them all. Given the nature of our visit and a severely out of date laptop we're going to have to wait until after CES to post the full day by day articles. However we do have this little preview of Day 1 to share.

Check out the day 1 coverage at Ninjalane.

The 2008 CES officially kicked off today as the show floors were opened to industry affiliates and media earlier this morning. Normally we would wait until the end of the week to publish our CES "Booth Babes", but let's face it, everyone loves booth babes, so if we don't have to wait, why should you?

Check out the booth babes pics at OCIA.

CES is one of the biggest consumer electronics show in the world. Hosted in Las Vegas at the start of the year, the show welcomes well over 100,000 people. During this week, Las Vegas turns into technology town. You really can't go anywhere without hearing someone talking about HDTV, Bluetooth, Open Source, basically anything technology related. The show lasts four days and it is nearly impossible to see everything that it offers during that time. It really is a large show.

Check it out at ASE Labs.

Our coverage of CES 2008 Begins at TechwareLabs. We cover some of the heartpounding technology that you should keep an eye out for this year. Check out our flash gallery full of booth babes, tech gadgets, and some photo's of off the wall products.

Check it out TWL.

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Thomas De Maesschalck

Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.

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