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Alan Wallace: What I Saw at CES 2014 — and How I’m Recovering

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Here’s what our Alan Wallace saw in 24 hours at CES 2014 — and how he’s managing to bounce back now. Tech roundup — plus video. — After a whirlwind CES 2014 experience, I’ve finally begun to collect my thoughts. The first moments home consisted of:

  1. Sleeping in

  2. Starbucks — aka Seattle Oxygen

  3. Checking to see that I came back with everything I left with

  4. Entering business card info

  5. Entering receipts while I still remember what is what

  6. Adding new cards for LinkedIn and Twitter contacts

  7. More Starbucks … and repeat.

CES 2014 may have been my quickest in ’n’ out trip to Las Vegas ever. I was in and out in fewer than 24 hours. But just in that time span, I managed to see a great deal of cool tech.

This year, as with every year, I always get the most out of CES by going to ShowStoppers. That’s because, in just a few short hours, that press event packs in most of the latest tech the industry has to offer. And it feeds me, too.

I was immediately interested in the latest Cloud Scanner from NEAT. Check out my colleague Todd Townsend’s video interview with these folks, here, or scroll below the fold for that and related videos.

Harris Romanoff, NEAT — Photo Credit: Alan Wallace

Also at ShowStoppers, I was dazzled by the new audio products from Jabra.

Suzaan Sauerman, Jabra — Photo Credit: Alan Wallace