With six guys on the ground in Las Vegas, we worked very hard to bring you the very best that CES 2015 had to offer. We brought you upwards of 3 full hours of product features, interviews and insights into the future of tech on our YouTube channel, matched by over a hundred written pieces to put it all in perspective.

With all the hard work behind us, you better believe we took the time to have some fun. CES is held in Las Vegas, after all.

I am sorry to say that this is not a gag reel, just a little look into the team here at Android Authority. We have a passion for all things Android and for bringing the latest Android news, ideas and opinions to your computer screen, and now to your favorite podcast app with the launch of our first Friday Debate Podcast. We have you, our faithful viewers and readers to thank for making it all possible.

CES 2015 Lahn Head Shave

If you followed along our CES exploits, you noticed that we caught up with Dom Esposito and Marco Hanna to share a laugh and talk about our experiences at the show. We got all serious with Michael Fisher and Jaime Rivera of Pocketnow. Former Android Authority writer Edgar Cervantes video-bombed us a few times, what a guy – we hope he is enjoying things with Nicole Scott over at Mobile Geeks. Our own Grushie managed a solid video-bomb himself, but I won’t say that too loud.

We also can’t forget a quick shout out to Richard Lai, John Velasco, and Jon Rettinger.

Las Vegas High Roller CES 2015

Outside the show, team building was the name of the game. I won’t explain the video, you watched it above, but a night on the town was exactly what the doctor ordered, and exactly how we learned that one of our fearless leaders, Darcy, throws a mean bullet of a bowling ball.

When all is said and done CES 2015 was a great show, we hope you enjoyed the ride along with us, and would love to catch you face to face at CES 2016. Until then, stay tuned for MWC in Barcelona at the beginning of March. CES is always great, but MWC is Android flagship territory, we are super excited.

What is your favorite highlight of CES 2015?