As usual, long line. But definitely worth the wait!
Lenovo brought its enormous tablet to keep people entertained.
<a href="http://www.engadget.com/2014/07/16/you-can-now-inhale-shots-like-air-for-just-700/">Vāpshot</a>, the company transforming alcoholic drinks into vaporized shots made another appearance atEngadget Live, this time unveiling the Vapshot mini ($699-plus) to the public.
Huawei with a lot of giveaways!
QinetiQ and its unmanned system.
He was loving QinetiQ's unmanned system -- because who doesn't love robots!
People loved the 3D Doodler.
More 3D doodling!
The oneTesla coil kits.
oneTesla. Minds blown.
ModBot in the house.
Lenovo seriously wasn't messing around about the gadgets it brought to Boston. Which is to say, people were happy to have things to play with.
The Gizmosphere battles.
Corning doesn't just make glass. Meet Fibrance, its light-diffusing fiber.
Harmonix let Bostonians enjoy the 'Fantasia' game.
The immersive gaming vest, from KOR-FX.
More fun stuff from Empire Robotics.
We have Taktia to thank for the computer-augmented power tools it demoed in Boston.
Taktia's smart power tools.
Boogie Board, showing off its LCD eWriters.