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PAX Gear: What We’re Taking

imageaxdIt’s kind of a tradition to take way too much crap to PAX.

Time honored. Venerable. It’s like the running of the bulls. Or menopause.

Inevitable and inescapable. And, in some ways, not very pleasant.

Yet, here we are: Unplugging, loading, stuffing too much stuff.

Ever been curious to know what stuff we’re taking to PAX? Well, hit the jump and you’ll see a pictorial of Chris Salazar’s and Edie Sellers kitbag — which they will pack their troubles into, but after three days slogging it around the Seattle Convention and Trade Center, I can guarantee they won’t be smile, smile, smile.

First, from Chris Salazar:

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  • Apple iPad
  • Apple iPad wireless keyboard
  • Apple iPad camera connector kit
  • Flip HD Camera and quick charge kit
  • Sony PSP-2000
  • Ace Combat X
  • Final Fantasy II
  • Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops
  • Gran Turismo
  • SOCOM Navy Seals Tactical Strike
  • Pen and Notepad for interviews.
  • Might bring Spiderman 2 UMD movie, as well

Next, from Edie Sellers:eapaxgear

  • M-Audio hard disk recorder
  • Microphone
  • USB headset
  • Asus ePC mini-micro-can’t-barely-type-on-it Notebook PC
  • Business cards (for myself, Chris, and Nick)
  • Juicebox
  • Pack of 12 Reporter’s Notebooks
  • PSP-1000
  • Nintendo DSi
  • Flip Video Camera
  • Portable iPhone speakers (gotta have the room tunes!)
  • Custom-built mixer box that feeds three USB headsets out to M-Audio recorder (Thank you, Kevin!)
  • Trevor the Robot (who goes to all media events!)
  • Not pictured: Powerbook Pro, iPhone, wireless mouse, cords, tons of pens, cords, office supplies, and more cords

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