Don’t make me leave! #CES2015 is over?! Not sure if you could tell or not, but I had a lot of fun. A. LOT.
A more complete summary to come soon. For now, check out the Storify of all my tweets and Instagrams 🙂
Doing a quick Snapchat video on our way to the first official day of #CES2015 on Tuesday.
First time being able to contribute to a public Snapchat story! Unfortunately, my Snapchats weren’t cool enough for the world to see.
The maps were pointless.
Audi Tech Talk press conference.
Standing room only at Audi Tech Talk press conference.
50 Cent at Engadget booth #CES2015. #casual
Crowd for 50 Cent.
Tell me how cool I look. #GearVR
Won a free MyBat iPhone 6 case.
Necessary break at Panasonic massage chairs at #CES2015.
Did you want to try Oculus? Get in line.
Beaming with someone in California from #TheBeam.
Shuttling it to the #CES2015 Intel Keynote.
#CES2015 Intel keynote intro—AKA the best introduction I have ever seen.
Posing in front of the International CES sign on our last day at #CES2015.
Waterproof case demo. Too bad the actual tech underneath was glitchy.
Another way to destress.
Way too many selfie sticks at #CES2015.
Huge Turtle Beach headphones at #CES2015.
Audi cars at #CES2015.
Audi cars at #CES2015
$6800 gas-powered, American-made Elio car.
Tell me how cool I look. Part 2.
Struggle bus. Wheels?
Sitting inside a hands-free Park Assist Volkswagon.
Tobii tablet demo for those with motor disabilities.
Tobii eye tracker demo at #CES2015.
Swarovski activity tracker at #CES2015.
Swarovski activity trackers at #CES2015.
Withings Activité Pop activity tracker at #CES2015.
Cal Ripken Jr. at Under Armour booth.
Probably—no, DEFINITELY—the most useless thing at #CES2015.
View from above!
The worst name.
Office chair? Um, goodbye productivity.
Walking to the parking lot for our IDG networking.
Some of our #bunsces group in front of the famous “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign.
The photographer made us do hilarious poses.
But cute ones, too 🙂
Alone at McCarran airport?
Literally my view from a “Recharge Zone,” because outlets don’t seem to work anywhere else. Reflective wall reflects sadness.