Event Coverage

Comex 2007: The Full Monty!

Maxtor, MemoryWorld, Microsoft, MSI and Muzro Booths

Maxtor Booth

 Portable storage is a roaring business and Maxtor offers everything from the handy 80GB OneTouch III Mini Edition to the larger ones of 500GB and beyond. At $199 for 500GB, disk space is cheaper than ever, though the Basic model here only has USB2.0 support and not FireWire. The more expensive Turbo Edition remedies this but cost $279 for 500GB.

MemoryWorld's Booth

 One of Archos latest product, the 605 WiFi comes in 30/80/160GB of space and plays back videos, photos and music of many formats, including MPEG4, MPEG2, WMV, VOB and H.264. You can even stream files from a PC using its WiFi functionality. This model and other older ones are found at Memory World's booth at 6356.

Microsoft's Booth

 The huge Microsoft Booth is not to be missed.

 The star buy of Microsoft is this HD DVD Player selling at the price of $249. The first 30 customers will get a Bourne Supremacy HD DVD for keeps.

 With the usual price of $69.90, now slashed to $54.90 for Comex, this is a must buy for all Microsoft hardware fans. And it's wireless!

MSI's Booth

 Available in black or silver, the 13.3-inch MSI VR320 is an entry level notebook that manages to include a Core Duo processor (2.0GHz) and 1GB of DDR2 RAM. There's even Windows Vista Home Premium pre-installed on its 120GB hard drive. MSI provides one year of international warranty and a 60 day zero bright dot policy for its LCD display. Freebies include a free MP3 player, carrier and a travel mouse. All that for $1199.

Muzro's Booth

 This MP3 player from Muzro costs $69 for the 1GB version and $79 for the 2GB version. If you happen to appreciate value for money, here you go!



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