It’s been another harsh day in the CES trenches, and as usual the CrunchGear team has put out a veritable cornucopia of content. Today was particularly notable for interviews: we got Mark Cuban and Bud Mayo, Dr. Dre, and Les Stroud of Survivorman in front of the camera to talk about the future of HD, DRM, and ruggedized camera gear.
There were also, of course, a number of hands-ons:
- The prototype “Eeeboard” touchscreen+keyboard (a world first on CrunchGear)
- HP’s enormous 13-lb FireFly laptop
- Razer’s wired/wireless convertible Mamba mouse
- Novatel’s extremely useful MiFi
- The (rumored $399) Palm Pre (again, this time on video)
There’s still more in addition to the day’s non-CES-related news. We’ll be back tomorrow, but we believe that the brunt of this show’s force has been spent.