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Engadget Podcast 061 - 01.08.2006

Randall Bennett
January 8, 2006
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NOTE: WE'RE STILL EXPERIENCING PROBLEMS WITH THE RSS FEED. IF YOUR RSS READER IS REFERENCING THIS RSS FEED, YOU CAN GET ENCLOSURES. UNFORTUNATELY, ITUNES IS STILL OUT OF DATE, AND WE'RE WORKING ON IT. ALSO, NO ENHANCED AAC DUE TO TIME CONSTRAINTS.

Yes, it is the last day of CES, and yes, this is the last Engadget Podcast from the show, but don't fret, this podcast is chock full of meaty CES greatness. We interviewed David Steel, VP of marketing at Samsung, as well as a fellow from Viewsonic talking about their new mini-projector, plus our impressions of walking around the show floor. Enjoy the final CES podcast!

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Hosts
Peter Rojas and Ryan Block

Producer
Randall Bennett

Music
J J J - 'Suits' in Japan

Format
35:59, 16.4 MB, MP3

Program
00:47 Looking around the show floor
12:41 Interview with Viewsonic about their new mini projector
14:23 Interview with David Steel, VP of Marketing for Samsung


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