Recently, Cameron "Sov" Johnson and I had the chance to visit one of Australia's largest IT shows, ITExpo. The event was held at the Exhibition Center in Darling Harbour, Sydney, which luckily for me is a short twenty minute train ride from my house. Unfortunately, being located in Australia means that our computer exhibitions don't get visited by the likes of Bill Gates or Craig Barret, and many of the products displayed are not ground breakingly new. Nevertheless, it is usually a great day out and there are always one or two surprises.
In this article I will not be covering every single stand, as there are just too many to cover. However, I have included all of the stands that I think you will find interesting and ones that appeal to our target audience, hardware enthusiasts/overclockers. Read on as we determine if ITExpo has got what it takes to compete with the likes of Taiwan's Computex and USA's COMDEX.
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