As it'd be poor taste to start singing So Long, Farewell from The Sound of Music, we'll have to settle for a cheery auf wiedersehen and some fond memories of our week in Hannover. Admittedly, this year's show was hardly a vintage for consumer tech news (something of a trend this year, non?), but we certainly saw a few things that made the trip worthwhile. Dan's favorite had to be the eye-tracking AR goggles, while Dana had a soft-spot for those Coby tablets. We're off to load up on chocolate and rindersteak for the flight home -- but you can re-live every nail-biting moment of the CeBIT 2013 if you take a trip past the break.
- NVIDIA shines a light on lower spec Quadro cards: K600 priced at $199, K4000 at $1,300
- MSI shows off its first gaming all-in-one, the AG2712
- Fujitsu's PalmSecure readers about to be seen in the wild (if you use UniCredit bank)
- Fujitsu launches three new Lifebook E series laptops, we go hands-on
- Fujitsu's German-made Lifebook AH562 turns up at CeBIT, we go hands-on
- Fujitsu shows off a tablet prototype with a built-in palm reader
- Samsung Galaxy S II Plus makes a random appearance at CeBIT 2013
- 'Talking Places' is the Google Glass of tour guides, we go hands-on
- Thermaltake and BMW's Level 10 M gaming headset
- Coby goes nuts with the Google-certified tablets, we go hands-on
- Hands-on with Fujitsu's waterproof, dustproof Stylistic M702 tablet
- MSI's mid-range S30 laptop is coming to Europe for 699 euro, we go hands-on
- GlassUp wearable display hands-on
- Visualized: MyMultitouch's 84-inch, 4K touchscreen
Dana Wollman contributed to this report.