Ho Hum Gadget Show Live

 These speakers are intriguing, but I think they have got left and right the wrong way round. 

These speakers are intriguing, but I think they have got left and right the wrong way round. 

I must admit that the Gadget Show Live this year was a bit disappointing.  It isn't actually the highlight of my year, but I like to think that it is one of them. On a par with Fish Pie at the Magpie in Whitby.  But after this show it has dropped a bit in the rankings, down to perhaps home-cooked sausage and baked potato level. 

Previous shows have had large scale exhibitors such as Sony, Microsoft, Dyson and the like showing off their latest technology. This one had a lot of much smaller stands, but nothing that really stood out.  There were some 3D printers, a chance to queue for a long time to drive a Tesla very slowly a short distance and a huge number of slightly different drones. And some hoverboards. But nothing that really impressed. 

There was some fun to be had and after all, at my age a trip out is a trip out, but I will be checking the list of exhibitors very carefully before I sign up for the next one. 

 They did have some BBC Microbits there though

They did have some BBC Microbits there though