Event Coverage

IT Show 2010 Coverage - Part 2

By Team HardwareZone - 12 Mar 2010

Acer & Apple Booths

And Part 2 of the Biggest IT Show Coverage Continues...

In case you've jumped directly to the second part of our mega IT Show coverage, here's a quick rundown on the key matters. From today till Sunday night (14 March), 12 noon to 9pm daily, tech brands and retailers will be offering their best bargains and deals across five floors of Suntec Singapore. Several highlights are abound but here's our video coverage of some really cool offers and a special setup by Sony to experience 3D displays:-


IT Show 2010 Live Twitter Update
Get real-time updates of the latest bargains over at our HardwareZone Twitter page. As usual, we're looking forward to your questions and contributions for IT Show 2010 so add in the #itshow tag if you spot any great deals when you're there! Let the buying frenzy start!


IT Show 2010 Live Discussion Forum
Our tech and bargain-savvy community is already abuzz about IT Show 2010 at our IT Show 2010 forum. So, before venturing to Singapore Expo, drop in on the discussions and latest news.


IT Show 2010 Brochure Download
For those of you who would like to see all the show brochures, check out our HardwareZone IT Show 2010 Brochure Download section.


Acer's Booth

Notebooks, desktop systems and AIO computers. They're all here at Acer's booth.

Fancy a 14-inch notebook for just $799? The Acer Aspire 1410 is now $200 less than its original price. This Celeron SU2300 powered laptop comes with 2GB RAM and a 320GB harddisk.

The Core i7 driven Aspire M5811 PC is yours for just $1,799. Comes pre-installed with Windows 7 Home Premium and a NVIDIA GeForce GT330 graphics unit.

AIOs are gaining popularity among consumers. We spotted the 23-inch Aspire Z5610 at Acer's booth going for a rather attractive price of $1,699.


Apple's Booth

Looking for your Mac fix? Head over to Nubox, one of many Apple resellers at the IT Show.

The Macbook White has a 13-inch screen and is powered by a 2.26GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 2GB of DDR3 memory, 250GB hard drive and a NVIDIA GeForce 9400M GPU. For only $1,588.

Prices of the MacBook Pro begin at $1,988 for the smaller 13-inch variant, and top out at $4,088 for the fully specced 2.8GHz 17-inch version.

If you want a desktop Mac machine, prices for the iMac begin at $1,788 for the 21.5-inch version, while the top-end 27-inch model costs $2,988.

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