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CES - a tech trade show where the exhibit hall spans 2.7 million sq ft (250,000 sq m) - can leave attendees either enthralled or burned out.
With more than 160,000 techies, journalists and businesspeople in attendance, there was plenty of chatter on social media.
For those who spent significant time on the show floor, perhaps Ed Zitron, chief executive at EZPR, summed it up best after he was confronted with a light that promised to visualise his body temperature in colour.
"Come see your mood," a sign beckoned.
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