Actually, there are only seven, but do you like the clicky headline? (It’s Sunday night, and if I don’t get my quota in, my Re/code email gets shut off.)
I don’t really know what to say about this CES video roundup. Culling through videos from the weeklong gadget conference in Vegas, I realized just how absurd and dorky (yet lovable!) tech bloggers are.
Here, a selection of CES videos for your Sunday night viewing:
Verge reporter Ross Miller tried to see what living at CES for a day would be like. When I first saw some tweets about this, I thought he had lived on the CES floor for a day, which is a great idea. I imagined climbing out of a smart bed after a night of convention center vacuum cleaners and gadgets gone awry. Alas, he just showed what it might be like:
The Verge also made an insane 257-gadgets-in-three-minutes video that’s quite mesmerizing:
Nimrod Kamer, a satirist calling himself the Tech Messiah, performed a Borat-like romp through CES in two parts:
Marty Sliva and Chris Carle, two IGN reporters, have a video called “The Wildest Robots of CES,” in which they decide to “become the robots”:
CNN got kind of angry and did a “Worst Gadgets of CES” video, highlighting my favorite gadgets:
Here, Yahoo’s David Pogue does a CES musical number, complete with tuxedo. No further comment:
But my favorite — and I’m biased, of course — is Re/code reporter Lauren Goode’s gorgeously produced video about women unmoored in a Samsung pond, which is really more of a poem. Okay, it’s kind of cheapo Vine, but it captures everything and more:
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.