Where else can you have the opportunity to gain greater understanding and view the latest technologies all at once place than at the IT Show 2010? The most complete showcase staged yearly in Singapore – sprawling over five entire show floors of Suntec Singapore and held from the 11th to 14th of March – the IT show wass a one-stop shop for bargain hunters and technology geeks alike.
IT Show 2010, being the biggest of its kind, focused on technology that’s relevant to living in digital times in every particular lifestyle, be it be among kids, women, geeks, boomers or businesses. and also showcased a dynamic and comprehensive line-up of the latest and hottest consumer technology gadgets from next-generation digital televisions, cool mobile phones, Netbooks, Portable Entertainment, Gaming, GPS, Audio & Home Theatre Entertainment and so on and so worth. All housed under one bustling roof at the Suntec Convention Centre, the IT Show was definitely the ultimate consumer experience!
Crowds eagerly awaiting the start of the exhibition formed way before the stipulated opening time of the IT Show, such that when doors finally opened, there was a surge of people into the exhibition halls. Thankfully, there was no pushing or shoving involved!
With the growing consumer appetite for content-on-the-go, the demand for products that facilitate this purpose was expected to be one of the main drivers of sales at the IT show, in particular products with 3D, internet connectivity and LED technology. As a result, there was a greater number of exhibitors who catered towards this need.
Exhibitors were grouped according to gadgets and accessories respectively on the fourth and sixth level, such that it facilitated consumers’ browsing of the products, whilst telco giants Singtel, M1 and Starhub had their exhibition booths on the second level.
Naturally, the gadgets exhibition hall was packed with people looking out for the best bargains on IT products on the market.
Some of the other product highlights:
– iRiver ebook launched by Mccoy
– 3D World launched by Sony, where visitors experienced the latest 3D innovations
– Unveiling of the range of mCube products by Innergie, a range of universal adapters that promises to deliver mobility, convenience, high performance, reliability, and premium value in a sleek package. Its ability to charge a wide variety of consumer electronic devices simultaneously eliminates the need to carry a different charger for every digital device.
Even though the accessories level was not quite as packed, it was no less abuzzed with activity.
With 820 industry leading manufacturers and suppliers such as Acer, Canon, Dell, Lenovo, Fujitsu, Sony etc catering to every IT need you could possibly think of, the IT Show 2010 was definitely a success for everybody who were part of it.