As I say in the piece, and repeat every year, this is incredibly long. Not "Cute Long," but "Oh, my god, I can't believe it's really this long, agghhh!" Long. So, if you don't like articles that are monumentally long -- don't read this. And don't complain about how long it is, because you've been forewarned.
But for the rest of you, those who want to have a look at how the entirety of CES came across and what my sense of what was all there, you can check it out here.
The link to the article is on the WGA website, for whom the piece is written. And since it requires a lot of formatting and has a good deal of embedded photos, it's far easier for me to link to it, rather than repost and reformat the whole thing here.