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ITExpo 2002 Coverage - ITExpo 2002 Coverage - Page 7

Recently we had the chance to visit one of Australia's largest computer exhibitions, ITExpo. Unfortunately, being located in Australia means that our computer exhibitions don't get visited by the likes of Bill Gates or Craig Barret, and many of the products displayed are not ground breakingly new. Nevertheless, it is usually a great day out and there are always one or two surprises. Join Asher "Acid" Moses as he determines if ITExpo has got what it takes to compete with the likes of Taiwan's Computex and USA's COMDEX.

| Trade Shows | Posted: Mar 8, 2002 5:00 am

- Belkin



Belkin had a reasonably sized stand at this year's ITExpo. They were displaying a range of new products, including gaming devices, KVM switches and wireless solutions. On one side of their stand they had a notebook PC setup on a wireless network that was connected to the internet. This was used to not only show off Belkin's wireless products but also a few of their other products such as their mice and USB hubs.



On the other side of the stand, Belkin had another notebook setup on a wireless network connected to the internet. However, the main purpose of this computer was to show off Belkin's gaming devices such as the Nostromo n50 speed pad, Nostromo n45 dual analogue game pad and the Nostromo n40 game pad.




Belkin were also displaying their range of KVM switches, ranging from 2-port all the way up to 16-port!



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