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Topic # 226088 19-Dec-2017 21:46
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I'm heading over to the US once again for CES 2018. This time @michaelmurfy is coming with me and we're planning a CES 2018 blog on here that we'll update with  announcements from the big companies and cool stuff we see.

 

Is there anything in particular that anybody is keen to see us look for them? While there are no promises, we'll see what we can do. smile

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1922199 19-Dec-2017 22:11
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I heard the big new thing is 3D TVs....zomg can’t wait to read about those.




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  Reply # 1922202 19-Dec-2017 22:20
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Sony vs Bose in the noise cancelling space....




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  Reply # 1922203 19-Dec-2017 22:21
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Robotic vacuum cleaners that map their progress on the aforementioned 3d tv




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  Reply # 1922204 19-Dec-2017 22:27
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hairy1: Robotic vacuum cleaners that map their progress on the aforementioned 3d tv

 

and plug in to a centralised vacuum, or have extendable legs to empty into the rubbish bin.





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Dolby Atmos/DTS:X Soundbars


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What is served on the lunchtime pizzas at CES




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  Reply # 1922220 19-Dec-2017 23:32
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hairy1: Sony vs Bose in the noise cancelling space....

 

Steve and I will be testing this on the flight assuming I am not stuck in Economy. I am sure Bose will win.

 

ZollyMonsta: What is served on the lunchtime pizzas at CES

 

Silly question is silly. CES only serve the best and the best has Pineapple involved.





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Quite interested in a new teleporter. I had a few disastrous results with an older model.


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I'm absolutely busting a gut to know what Monster are bringing to the table in regards to HDMI cables.

 

 


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Maybe a review of your domestic flight to Auckland would be good.





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The long overdue bezel-free Xperia range.




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  Reply # 1922344 20-Dec-2017 08:34
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The long overdue bezel-free Xperia range.

 

 

I'll let you know about them in 2020.

 

 




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hairy1:

 

Maybe a review of your domestic flight to Auckland would be good.

 

 

Hope I get a good pilot to get me there on time.

 

 


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hairy1:

 

Maybe a review of your domestic flight to Auckland would be good.

 

 

Hope I get a good pilot to get me there on time.

 

 

Beggars can't be choosers. The pilots are a small cog in the giant wheel that should get you to Auckland on time. Sometimes it's out of our hands.





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