Comdex Parties organized
The Digital Focus Party was held on Sunday night and was quite fun. Several
Dozens of companies we're on the show floor showing off their latest products.
In this picture from upper left, Nigel Woodford (TheTechZone), Ryan Hoffman
(CoolTronics), Carl Nelson (Hardcoreware), John Chow (TheTechZone), Lindsey
Davis (TheTechZone) and at last Oleg Mitskaniouk (TargetPC).
of the MobileFocus Party
Tyler Dickman (Cooltronics) and John Chow (TheTechZone) showing off their
gifts at MobileFocus.
Oleg Mitskaniouk (Target PC), Nigel Woodford (TheTechZone) and Carl Nelson
(Harcoreware) discussing Dell's X5 Pocket PC at their own Party that took
place later Sunday.
Just like last year, the CDW was a very nice and relaxing event. Everybody
from Cooltronics, TheTechZone, Hardcorware, Neoseeker and Target PC we're
The Cooltronics/TheTechZone Party was quite a fun event. Allot of representatives
from companies such as Abit, Soyo and MadOnion we're present not to answer
question but just take a drink and relax from work. Tyler Dickman and John
Chow have done a great job on this little party, I'm looking forward for the
next event in January 2003 at CES.
PC Mall party at Studio 54
The PC Mall party which took place at Studio 54 was just a blast. Everybody
from Target PC, TheTechZone, Hardcoreware, Neoseeker and dozen of other sites
and magazines we're on the show floor to party.
Pocket PC Party
The Pocket PC event was the last party for us. We met several familiar names
in there which include Karen Thomas - President and CEO of Thomas Public Relations
and David MacNeill - Executive Editor for Pen Computing Magazine. In this
picture from lower left is David MacNeill - Executive Editor for Pen Computing,
Karen Thomas - President and CEO of Thomas Public Relations, Oleg Mitskaniouk
(Target PC), Lindsey Davis (TheTechZone), Carl Nelson (Hardcoreware) and John
First I would like to point out this year Comdex was somewhat different
from the past 2 years we we’re present there. The show was mostly dominated
by major companies such as Samsung and Toshiba, the rest of the guys were
not even to be seen on the floor. Most companies have been showing off their
products in private hotel suites . In addition to the absence of several companies,
attendance was dramatically down as well, I just can’t see Comdex to be what
it was two or even one year ago. While the air of this year’s event has changed,
we still enjoyed our experience and it definitely gave us the opportunity
to expand our horizons one step further. Will there be another Comdex next
year? I don't know, but I sure hope it won't continue to fall.
Special thanks to Nigel Woodford
for taking the time to sort out some of the Comdex pictures.
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