And I'm not even there.
So spare a thought for poor old Will, who is still blogging away like a trouper. And I know for a fact that he was ready to drop more than 24 hours ago. Not long to go now, mate – hang in there...
So there's a few more things I'd like to draw your attention to. Firstly, the Asus Lamborghini series of laptops. They sound great, but I can't help thinking that Asus might have teamed up with Ferrari had Acer not got there first nearly three years ago.
Sandisk unveiled two flash memory-based MP3 players. The Sandisk Sansa e200 series should be available this side of the pond in March. With up to 6GB of storage, the new players will compete against Apple's iPod nano player, which comes in similar configurations. And it looks pretty swish.
We told you about Samsung's entry to the Blu-ray Disc player market – it seems as though it is going to get a jump on the competition by releasing the BD-P1000 in April, hot on the heels of the first HD-DVD players. Here's a pic:
We also told you about the Matsushita fuel cell – it certainly promises a lot. Some might say that its performance could be explosive. Ha.
Fine, suit yourselves. But that's not all I have to tell you about batteries. Lenovo claim to have laptops that will give you 11 hours of life on a single charge. The T60 and X60 series are both based on the Centrino Duo platform, and when the standard eight-cell battery is combined with the optional extended-life battery, it could allow you to work all day long without being connected to the mains, says Lenovo. What I don't have for you, though, is a picture or information about UK availability and pricing. When I get it, I'll let you know...