“IO PC Wonderland” will be held

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From 24th to 25th at the Prism Hall in Tokyo Dome IO DATA  DEVICE INC., The largest peripheral equipment vendor in Japan , held "IO PC Wonderla...

From 24th to 25th at the Prism Hall in Tokyo Dome

IO DATA  DEVICE INC., The largest peripheral equipment vendor in Japan , held “IO PC Wonderland” as a private show at “Prism Hall” in Tokyo Dome on the 24th. It will be held until tomorrow 25th with the support of ASCII and Intel Japan . Admission is free.

 Let’s briefly report on the situation immediately after the event.


 The venue is not so large, but the exhibition is divided into “zones” for each theme such as “hobby”, “network”, and “office”, including products on sale and reference exhibits. In addition to preparing stages for demonstrations and demonstrations, the staff in charge was waiting at the exhibition of each product, and they were busy responding to the questions of the visitors. In addition to the products on sale, new products such as the newly released ISDN-TA “ TA-B64DSU  with DSU were exhibited, and many reference exhibits scheduled to be released in the future were also exhibited.

 At the reference exhibit, we saw that a liquid crystal display / liquid crystal graphic accelerator board, a karaoke communication system for Macintosh, a compatible PCI graphic board (GA-968V4 / PCI for MAC), a 3D compatible video card, etc. were exhibited and demonstrated. Attached. Also, the most popular corner was the product sales corner, where long lines filled the other corners.


 There is also a 3D game corner and an internet experience corner, so you can experience it freely. The experience corner using car racing games has a live broadcast, and the internet experience corner is like an internet cafe, and it seems that it also served as a resting place.


 At the venue, there was also an exhibition about USB (Universal Serial BUS), which is a new interface that Intel Japan is paying attention to. However, unfortunately, it was limited to the display of cables and connectors and the installation of panels related to the concept of USB, and it was small in an inconspicuous place. There were no demonstrations or exhibitions of products.

 



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