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  CeBIT, off to Hannover, Germany 
  Mar 13, 2003, 10:00am EST 
 
By: Sander Sassen

Welcome back! Just a quick note to let you know I値l be off to CeBIT early in the morning. It is about a four hour drive from Amsterdam to Hannover and part of the way we値l travel across the autobahn so we can push the car to at least 200km/h, but to be honest we池e hoping to see whether our BMW is able to reach 250km/h. We値l arrive there at noon and then we値l hit the showfloor and have a number of meetings set up. We値l be in Hannover for two days after which we値l again be traveling back home and enjoy the rest of the weekend at home. I plan to do a live update from the showfloor but am not 100% sure whether I値l have enough time to do that, CeBIT isn稚 like IDF or any of the other shows where you can type up a report during a keynote or presentation, it is much more hectic.

CeBit 2003


Fig 1. A look inside exhibit hall 2 of the Hannover Messe, it looks to be a great show again.

Nevertheless I値l be taking plenty of digital photos and video and will post that either during the two days we池e at CeBIT or shortly after, probably on Sunday or Monday. In case you池e not familiar with CeBIT, it is the largest computer electronics trade show in Europe and is being held at the Hannover Messe in Germany. It is very similar to Comdex in size and number of companies that come to exhibit their products, and like Comdex, many new products are being introduced during CeBIT. Expect to see lots of new products from manufactures around the world and in every category, from a simple CPU heatsink to a full featured mini-PC. It値l be an interesting trip I知 sure, so do check back tomorrow or the day after for an update.

Update, CeBIT 2003, Europe's largest IT show
http://www.hardwareanalysis.com/content/article/1605/

Sander Sassen.


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