Leo was on Live! with Kelly this morning to show products from this year's CES show. In the first half of the segment (about 2 minutes), he showed the Asus Zenbook, the HP Envy, Sony's Experia (Android), the Nokia Lumina 900 (Windows), Droid RAZR Max, Samsung Galaxy Note, the Sony Tablet P (Portable Game System). Kelly said the Galaxy Note looked like Michael Douglas on Wall Street (1987) with his old massive analog cell phone. Leo really likes the Lumina 900, but he didn't really have any time to talk about it in the segment. In the second half, Leo showed the Sony Tablet P (Android Tablet with optional docking keyboard), the brand-new MakerBot Replicator ("If your oven knob falls off, you just print a new one."), the Fitbit Aria scale (that can auto-tweet your weight), the Sphero Robotic Ball, The Samsung DV300F camera (with a 2nd front-facing display), Behringer's tabletop iPhone speaker and their $30,000 iNuke Boom Box (Kelly said, "It was vibrating at exactly the right spots"). Leo had a Portal companion cube made with the Makerbot on stage, but he didn't explain what it was. A graphic popped up for the Galaxy Tab 7.7, but that product wasn't shown. I guess that got cut for time. Apple doesn't do CES; Leo didn't show any Apple products. OTOH, he did say "Macbook Air" three times and "Air" once in the first 20 seconds of the segment.