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GeIL - Post CeBIT

| Posted: Apr 12, 2006 2:36 am

CeBIT was indefinitely another big success this year, and memory maker "GeIL" are just one of many big names to have made the most of it with the latest and greatest in hardware, gizmos and gadgets shown off at their booth.

 

In a PDF formatted announcement they provide us with all the highlights during their stay at the massive 1 week event which was held in Hannover, Germany last month.

 



GeIL shined at this year's CeBIT in Hannover, Germany from March 9th ~ March 15th. GeIL debuted the new product under the memory module line - EVO ONE, with the revolutionary features of Independent Power Source and Enhanced Voltage Management, it was easily the talk-of-the-show. The EVO ONE being just the first wave of product under the campaign theme "Redefine Memory Evolution", which will be carried out through 2006. It is a product that best demonstrates the perfect blend of advance technology and design art.

 


A seperate announcement from GeIL has it that they've also picked up the "2006 iF Product Design Award" for one of their latest creations, the Blue-tooth Sports MP3 Player (a member of their DAViD line of products). More details on the achievement here.

 


GeIL has been awarded the 2006 iF Product Design Award for its Blue-tooth Sports MP3 Player under the DAViD line. The internationally known iF Design Award has been staged since 1954. The Design Institution, iF(International Forum Design GmbH), recognizes selected companies and designers for their outstanding design work through the allocation of an esteemed set of awards. Today it is regarded as one of the most important design competitions worldwide.

 

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