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1/5/2007
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Mitch Wagner
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CES 2007: A Shocking Introduction From Taser

The Business Journal of Phoenix pun-ishes its readers with its CES coverage: "Taser International Inc. is hoping for a stunning debut appearance when it introduces its new personal protection device Monday at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas."

The Business Journal of Phoenix pun-ishes its readers with its CES coverage: "Taser International Inc. is hoping for a stunning debut appearance when it introduces its new personal protection device Monday at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas."

Details are sketchy, but the article notes that the device will have a safety feature: It'll be sold inactivated, and only be activated after buyers complete a background check.

Just the thing to help clear away the lines for the bathrooms at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

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