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If you are like me you have a shortcut on your PC, phone or tablet to jump directly to the Home Server Show forums. I do this so often I forget to jump over to the HSS blog to see what new content has been posted.

 

So you don't miss out on any of the action from CES make sure you are also visiting the Home Server Show Blog to check out the stories Dave is writing from CES. There is a lot of new content as Dave tries to share information on the blog from CES 2013 (in between his live broadcasts).

 

In addition to all the great video coming Live from CES2013 be sure to check out the YouTube archive for any of the content you might have missed.

 

Dave is also using his Nokia Lumia 920 to document his travels throughout Las Vegas as CES 2013 and uploading each shot to Skydrive. Check out the gallery found at the bottom of the Live page or connect to it HERE.

 

If you have some feedback for Dave (or Jim) or anyone else who has been helping with the coverage then feel free to leave your comments here!

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Shouldn't you be in bed by now... you know,... recuperating :D

 

Are you serious. He has kids to see and honey do's now.

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Hey Guys...wanted to say thanks for watching and listening live last week! We had some really good segments and I am glad you enjoyed them.

 

Any highlights from CES that standout?

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Choices!

Tablets and hybrids, twists, flips and splits.

All in one touch PC's, tabletop.

Touchscreen monitors.

High quality monitors.

4K tv looks great, but content will be an issue.

Twonky Beam.

Synology and IOsafe

 

Unfortunately, I am sitting in a airport waiting to go back to Vegas for another conference.

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