Because CES is more than just Android phones and tablets. It's more than just Windows laptops, HDTVs with various levels of 3D interaction and 12K resolution. It's more than just virtual storage and refrigerators. This is the CES we really and truly love. This is Sony CEO Howard Stringer awkwardly hugging Will Smith on stage. This is a closet that will shake, steam, dry, and freshen your clothes up for you with a variety of selectable aromas. This is more than one instance of dancing robots and more than one celebrity cameo — and one time where both those groups intersected to make Joanna's heart skip a beat. This is our love letter to you, the Consumer Eccentric Show.A special thanks to Borrow Lenses, who provided us with cameras and lenses for the week!
4moms Origami stroller recharges through motion, powers your smartphone, and collapses at the touch of a button.
We set the guys at Cubify a challenge — could they reproduce our geometrically impossible logo?
Chaotic Moon Labs Board of Awesomeness: your hand is the throttle on this Kinect-controlled skateboard
We got a chance to ride Chaotic Moon Labs' Board of Awesomeness, an electric skateboard that uses your hand as a virtual petal.
Impressions of LG's Styler closet.
Video impressions of the Inventist Solowheel.
ioSafe demonstrated its Thunderbolt-compatible Rugged Portable hard drive this year by shocking it with a million-volt Tesla coil.
Totally random, end-of-CES meetup at The Verge trailer, 3PM Friday... and we're bringing the iNuke Boom
Breaking and exclusive
We stopped by CTX's CES booth to test out the company's new computer, which somewhat redefines the term "all-in-one computer."
KDDI's prototype "Speaker-less Smartphone" produces sound without a speaker.
Belkin's Game Genie is a $19.99 cheat device that's compatible with all of Nintendo's DS handhelds.
On our way out of the CES floor tonight, we happened upon a gleeful scene: representatives from Parrot, maker of the AR.Drone 2.0, decided to have a little impromptu dance alongside their flying quadrocopters.
Justin Bieber demos the TOSY mRobo robot at CES 2012.
The TOSY Robotics mRobo Ultra Bass is a 2GB MP3 player that will dance pre-programmed routines to "virtually any" genre of music.
Kopin and Motorola's Golden-i is a wearable PC designed for the enterprise, controlled completely by voice and gesture input.
Behringer's iNuke boom is a giant iPhone dock. It's pretty silly.
the Cooler Master Hyper 212+ CPU heatsink, and if you're wondering it has "CPU" in the name, that's because it has a computer built into it. Behind a large fan and lots of aluminum fins for cooling down that processor in your gaming rig, there's an AMD E-350 Brazos APU on a micro motherboard.
We just caught up with Peter Treadway, the creator of SpnKiX motorized skate shoes, at his booth at CES — he was gracious enough to strap them on and wheel himself around for us.
Cubify.com is a new service from 3D Systems which allows you to print your 3D models from nylon in up to 5-inch cubes. The service is also gearing up to sell the printers to end users for $1299.
Vuzix is developing a set of transparent video 'smart glasses' that will allow for a variety of augmented reality uses. We were able to look at a proof of concept for the glasses, which may come out in 2013.
Recon Instruments, maker of the MOD and MOD Live ski goggles, has released an SDK so developers can make Android apps for the dongle.
Chaotic Moons Labs is showing a motorized longboard controlled by the combination of Kinect and a Samsung Windows 8 tablet at CES 2012.
We got a chance to play with the Sensics Smart Goggles, an Android-based helmet that makes for some seriously fun gaming.
Victorinox Swiss Army announced today at CES what it says is the world's smallest high-capacity SSD.
Here's Thermador's Freedom Induction Cooktop, a stove that senses your pots and heats accordingly.
BodyMedia introduced two prototype body monitor devices at CES 2012: a patch designed for temporary monitoring and a 3G-enabled version. Neither product is currently available.