The After Math: Engadget Expand SF special

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Welcome to The After Math, where we attempt to summarize this week's tech news through numbers, decimal places and percentages.

Last weekend, we wrapped up our inaugural Expand event, and while several of our international editors (yours truly included) are still battling an unhappy combo of jet lag and the sniffles, we've pulled together some numbers that should offer at least a glimpse at how the weekend in San Francisco all went down. What if you missed out on all the tech, discussions, Engadget editors and giveaways this time? We wouldn't worry. Next stop, New York.

  • Number of registered attendees: 1,965
  • Number of speakers and panelists on stage: 52
  • Number of stage sessions over two days: 24
  • Cameras rolling on the stage: 7
  • Number of exhibitors: 42
  • Exhibition area in square feet: 50,000
  • The battery-life of Boston Dynamics' BigDog on an experimental electric bike power pack: 8 minutes
  • Feedback period on Lenovo's ThinkPad redesign prototypes: 18 months
  • Lengthiest commute to Expand for an Engadget editor: 6,910 miles
  • Number of Insert Coin finalists invited: 13
  • Insert Coin: New Challengers grand prize total (awarded to Ziphius): $20,000 (plus $5,000 Reader's Choice prize)

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  • Number of products given away on-stage: 64
  • Price of the MakerBot Replicator 2: $2,200
  • Tweets covering Expand SF 2013: over 5,000
  • Number of Engadget Expand posts during the event: 74
  • Number of arcade machines at our opening-night party: 67
  • Wager between Engadget Editor-in-chief Tim Stevens and Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster on that long-rumored Apple TV hardware appearing this year: $100
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