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Oh hells yes. We've arrived at CES in full nerd style. We sent Moms to Atlantic City so us kids could hijack the trailer all the way to Vegas baby, Las Vegas. And in true Kojak style we parked right in front of the central hall just outside the Las Vegas Convention Center. What better base to provide the best CES 2009 coverage on the Net? Check our first pass on the show floor after the break. With roots now planted and enough gadgets to keep us busy 7 by 24... we may never go home.


Yes, we can imagine Sony's new Vaio P-Series ultra-portable.


Stealth mode: on.


Unannounced Samsung BD-P4600 Blu-ray player under wraps and looking sleek.


Samsung's latest Direct Methane Fuel Cell (DMFC) power modules looking close to production ready (we wish).


A little bit closer.


And again.


An early DMFC prototype first spotted back in 2007.


Powermat promises to have its wireless charging mat on shelves for 2009. We'll see.


Another variation of the 5 charging mats they'll be showing off. Hello induction charged BlackBerry Storm.


The Sharper Image brand is here riding on Apple's coattails. Feels kind of icky.

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