I've learned through bitter experience not to get too excited by the things I see at CES. Sometimes the gadgets on display are just there to give us a hint at what is possible. Or it may be that the companies are judging which features they should concentrate on based on the buzz generated on the show floor. Or it may even be that the company itself isn't on firm enough ground to deliver upon its promises. Whatever the reason, I now try to repress my urge to gush about every gadget I see. I have limited gushing to every other gadget, which I suppose is progress.
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