CES is winding down, and Ricky and Paige are heading back to the real world after surviving a full Day Three. Paige tried on clothes in a virtual dressing room courtesy of Microsoft Kinect, and Ricky scoped out smartphones between parties.
Tag along with Ricky and Paige as they traverse the CES floor and check out:
Microsoft Kinect, Windows Phones, and Windows 8 (click here for video and recap).
The "Metro" interface, first seen in Windows Phone 7 software, is becoming the cornerstone of Microsoft's products. Smartphones, tablets, the Xbox and PCs are all starting to feature the distinctive "tiles" of images and text.
Nokia's Lumia 900 (click here for video and recap).
With the 8 megapixel rear-facing Carl Zeiss camera, the 900 continues the tradition of killer Nokia cameraphones.
the super sleek and super fast Sony Xperia S and Xperia Ion (click here for video and recap).
For shutterbugs, few, if any, phones can take photos as quickly as these two cameraphones. With less than 1.5 seconds between shots, you can fire off pic after pic and never miss that perfect moment.
Beanpad by Vantage Point (click here for video and recap).
This handy beanbag chair for your iPad lets you perfectly position your tablet in your lap so you can kick up your feet while working or watching Hulu.
Corning Gorilla Glass (click here for video and recap).
We saw the debut of Corning Gorilla Glass 2, which has the same herculean strength of the original but is 20% thinner.
Monster LIVESTRONG iSport headphones (click here for video and recap).
The sound quality is excellent and the SportClip and pivoting ear pipe securely fit ears of all shapes and sizes. But, the best part is that a portion of the proceeds go to LIVESTRONG and the fight against cancer.
That's all, folks. Until next year. Follow @RadioShackLIVE to read all of Ricky and Paige's tweets from the floor and check out the RadioShack blog for all of their CES 2012 musings, encounters, geek-outs, and tomfoolery.