With CES just a week away, excitement is building here at TR. I've added some serious gear to my mobile audio recording rig (shotgun mics, wireless lapels, etc), so hopefully our audio coverage of the show will max out the epic-ness meter. Meanwhile, the rest of the CES team (Scott, Adam and Geoff) are all quite busy in their own respective ways either preparing for the event or finishing up pre-CES deadlines.
With all the hustle and bustle, we've decided not to release a podcast for this upcoming weekend. We'll return from CES and give you a full report on the next scheduled podcast date (the 17th of January). You can also look forward to a half-episode in the style of our anniversary show and MSI MOA Beijing show.
So, for this New Years weekend, instead of waiting patiently for the next episode, go see Avatar in 3D... or something.
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