- Event Coverage
In part 4 of our CeBIT coverage, we cover BenQ, Chieftec, Geil, Enermax, Enlight, Fujitsu Siemens, Hyunjin, JSP-Tech, Miracube, Shuttle and Seagate.
In this episode, we cover MSI's wide range of products with special emphasis going towards their growing notebook lineup, and a handful of network storage vendors such as Netgear, Promise, RaidSonic (Icy Box series), Thecus and Zyxel.
In this edition of CeBIT, we take a slight detour from PC components and bring you some of the latest products and technology from the consumer electronics segment such as mobile phones, cameras and technology in the car. Covered here are HTC, Garmin, Nokia, Sonim, T-Mobile, Canon, Blaupunkt, Dension, D-Teg, Innosat, Clarion, Kramer, Seecode and AC Propulsion.
Join as we take a look at what Antec, Arctic Cooling, ASRock, Axle, Biostar, Cooler Master and DJ-Tech have to offer in the first part of our CeBIT 2009 show floor coverage.
ASUS had so much to showcase in CeBIT 2009 that they had to be situated in a different hall from most other PC Component vendors. Join us as we showcase the very newest and very best of what ASUS has to offer. From the expanding Eee series to unreleased products like the Intel P55 boards, there's something of interest for everyone.
Take a peek into the grand opening ceremony of the world's largest digital IT and telecommunications exhibition, which now has the support of partner state California to further boost CeBIT's profile. Several honored guests have graced this occasion such as Craig R. Barrett, Dr. Angela Merkel and Arnold Schwarzenegger himself!
Trouble getting your kids to stay still for the perfect portrait? Missed that magical moment at a recent football match? Fear not, Casio's new High Speed Exilim cameras have some nifty features that can help you achieve that perfect shot.
At MWC'09, we found more new mobile phone devices from the Nokia bandwagon. Following-up with their previous announcements and promises made during Nokia World 2008 at Barcelona, we spotted a showcase of a new Navigator, E-series and of course the long awaited 8-megapixel camera phone from Nokia, the Nokia N86.
The Mobile World Congress 2009 may be over, but we ain't done with it yet. Check out what we have to say about some of the key highlights from the Samsung lineup in our video coverage. And, if you're hungry for more information, check out our latest updates from the showfloor coverage (now with video)!
In our continuing coverage of the Mobile World Congress 2009, we treated ourselves to a slew of offerings from Toshiba, Sony Ericsson, HTC and LG. Check out some of the new updated devices such as the HTC Touch Diamond 2, and the first 12.1-megapixel camera phone, the Sony Ericsson Idou!
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- HTC rumored to launch its new flagship smartphone in April
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