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Daily News Round #2 for November 20, 2003

Daily News Round #2 news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages for November 20, 2003

By Cameron Wilmot on Nov 20, 2003 at 07:01 pm CST - 1 min, 20 secs reading time

- Some more Comdex coverage

Comdex has finished for another year and all reports say that it was a disappointment. Two more sites have posted some coverage on the trade show from Las Vegas:

Overclockers Club posted their Day 2 coverage from the event where they checked out Spire, Sapphire, nVidia, Microsoft, Sparkle, and Enermax.

We said earlier that COMDEX this year is the smallest it's been, and the reason behind that is Key3Media, who took over the job of running the event. Key3Media wanted to change the show around and focus on "business-to-business". With the change, COMDEX was set up to have 7 main focal points: Wireless and mobility, Web services, open source, Windows and .Net, On Demand Computing, security, and the digital enterprise. While these things are all good categories, there are other categories and products that we'd have rather seen on the floor. Companies and products that had been on the show floor in the past years

Meanwhile, Ryan from AMDMB posted his Comdex 2003 summary where he saw many companies including Gigabyte, ABIT and MSI. He also has information on nVidia's XT line of graphics cards - clocked down versions of the FX 5600 and 5900, apparently. Confusing! has published a summary of this years Comdex show in Las Vegas. Unfortunately, there wasn't a whole lot of new information to report, but we did catch information on the upcoming XT line of graphics cards from NVIDIA.

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