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A Round up of Random, Delightfully Crappy Gadgets from CES 2009's International Gateway

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Up in the Siberia of the Las Vegas Convention Center there's International Gateway, where obscure Asian electronics companies congregate to hawk their wares. It's generally boring/terrible, but sometimes you stumble on wonderfully goofy gems.

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I scoured the entire area, and found what I consider to be the most amusing items there and placed them into a gallery below for your consumption.

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alexmg2420
alexmg2420

I can't believe I'm going to say this, but I like the netbook (gasp!). The ID tag camera is a great idea, if it didn't look like it came as an accessory from a dollar-store doll. Although, I can't help but think this could pose a security issue (for example, cameras are disallowed most places on-base at KSC).