I’ve been wavering on whether I think Macworld Expo can continue to be a success without Apple on board. The products on the show floor by and large aren’t anything you haven’t already seen on the Internet. You could probably visit for less than two hours and see everything you’d want.

But that doesn’t mean that it wasn’t absolutely packed. The show floor was fairly full of exhibitors and at noon when the doors opened to the general public, it was so packed that it was hard to walk around. David Pogue’s un-Keynote was also packed and entertaining, if not technology focused.

But some products were surprisingly interesting…

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