CES spokesmodels, or "booth babes" are back on the floor in Las Vegas this week, many of them wearing little more than a sports bra, a bit of Spandex, and some wearing nothing other than paint. The BBC, which put together a video amidst last year's CES booth-babe debate stared the discussion on whether "booth babes" are necessary and got a ton of hits to its website in the process.
CES booth babes are out in full force in 2013 and they're as sexy and revealing as ever. Also, it doesn't sound like the Consumer Electronics Association has any plans to change anything. The CEA won't talk about "booth babes" this year after twisting their words last year.
The average CES attendee says these talented spokesmodels add some color, flavor and a bit of entertainment to a dry electronics show.
What do you think?