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Uncovering Gems There are winners, losers… we liked these CES winners By Andy Marken Covering CES is easy. All it requires is: - A constant intake of water - desert air sucks it out of you - A good smartphone – for taking notes, keeping track of what/where, responding to requests/or not - A couple of good battery packs – keeping smartphone charged (forget the cutesy stuff and give us long battery life) - Focus – even though there's no way you can see all the good, bad, WTF, - Ultra-comfortable shoes Oh, the Delta exoskeleton would be nice. Delta Airlines was at CES bigtime, talking about their personalized passenger AI tools and the exoskeleton to make it easier to handle your baggage without testing the strength of handlers and your baggage. This year's show can best be summed up in one word … connected. It didn't matter what business you're in; there was a connected idea, product, service, discussion for you. All you had to do was f ind it in the 2.9M sq. f t of 4,500 company exhibits from around the globe plus six days of intensive, informative keynotes and panel sessions. Of course … fifty percent of the eager start-ups won't be back – no market, not enough of a market, totally inexperienced management, no meaningful business/marketing plan, money/credit cards run out. A lot of the products were "This is tomorrow!" Others…"WTF were they thinkin?"

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