Here, I'm standing next to a clear computer case that's all plastic. Very fancy with a lot of LED's, but I have to wonder how everything is grounded without a metal case.
The Sands has a lot of small exhibitors, but many of the "gems" of CES can be found by wandering the aisles and talking to the folks marketing their products or new concepts. While walking past a vendor, PlanOn marketing a new hand held scanner, we noticed that he also had a very small, portable printer called the Printstik. Using a thermal roll of paper, it has an internal battery which can be charged by a USB cable or external transformer. The best part, as they say, is that the representative offered to sell us a demo printer on the spot, and we just couldn't pass up the opportunity to try this new printer now!
The day wrapped up with a computer building contest sponsored by CompUSA and Tiger Direct.
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