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What you missed at Engadget Live Los Angeles

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Last Friday, we took over Exchange LA in Downtown Los Angeles for the second Engadget Live event of the year and what a night it was. Our friend Mark Setrakian (who joined us at Engadget Expand last November) came correct with his Axis Robots, that while some find creepy, we find pretty damn exciting.

Attendees got to experience the 2016 Ford Escape and go hands-on with SYNC 3, check out the latest in computing from Lenovo, drank delicious beverages courtesy of Drizly, experience VR demos from White Elk, Otherworld, RYOT and more. You can flip through the gallery below for some of the pictures from the event and see even more over on our Flickr page.

Gallery: Engadget Live Los Angeles | 46 Photos

We also sent Editor-In-Chief Michael Gorman out with a microphone to talk to our adoring readers waiting in line to talk about what else -- Sex and robots (among other things).

Engadget Live LA

If you missed out on our fun night in Los Angeles, don't fret, we'll probably be back soon. But, if you happen to be in Austin, TX on October 16th, get your tickets here and meet us at the Austin Music Hall!

Photos by Aurelia D'Amore.

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