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CeBIT Australia 2004 Coverage - Altech Computers and Conclusion

Last week Sydney's Darling Harbor played host to CeBIT Australia 2004 trade show at the Exhibition Centre. We were at the event and saw products from Samsung, VR Solutions, Cooler Master, ThermalTake, Global Win, Flexi Glow and Altech Computers. Who knows what happened to AMD, Intel and others.

| Trade Shows | Posted: May 11, 2004 4:00 am

Altech Computers

 

Altech Computers is an Australian based distributor who brings in many different products from companies such as ABIT, Corsair and Antec. Altech had a fairly large presence at CeBIT this year with a floating circular banner and just about their entire current product range.

 

 

 

 

 

The Altech girls in blue had the attention of just about every male at CeBIT, for obvious reasons.

 

Conclusion

 

That's it from CeBIT Australia 2004. Maybe next year more international hardware companies will become involved in the event.

 

There is really nothing much more to say than that. I can't wait to enter the hardware clogged air of Computex next month in Taiwan when we see how a true IT trade show is meant to be done.

 

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