So I was walking up from the laundry room at my apartment building, and a neighbor stopped me to say "don't you love those?" She was referring to my new Shape-Up Skechers, which were given to me at the event. I'm still getting used to them, but she could've written her own blog about how much she loved them, how much difference she was seeing in her shape and her posture. So far, my only complaint is that as a corporate mom, I don't have a lot of opportunity to wear them! I love the idea, and hope that Skechers comes up with technology that can actually be worn in an office.
As I write this, my daughter is charging her iPod (my old one) on the new iGo Green, a product also given to me at the event. In this world of devices, it's great to have another way to charge our devices. Even better, this charger also charges itself so that when there's no plug in sight, you can still get more juice into your device.
Ju-Ju-Be personalized a version of this bag to memorialize the event for us. It will replace my old cosmetics travel bag. (They mostly make diaper bags, but have other types as well.)
I am coveting the Bosch Tassimo brewer. This is the only single-serve coffee maker I would want, since the others I have tried are simply awful in comparison. Sadly, they didn't give us our own brewer, only a cup of coffee to try!
I also think I would really get a lot of use out of the Litl webbook, as I often now wish for a laptop just so I can do some browsing/tweeting from the comfort of my couch (I just have a desktop). Having said that, I would need the price to come down about $400 before I could consider it. And I didn't get one of these, either. Just saw them at the event.
More to come as I delve into some of the products not yet mentioned a little more.
DISCLOSURE: I was not paid to write this post, nor were any promises made to write this.