CeBit 2007 Booth Babes / Hostessen Photo Gallery Round-up

Posted: Mar 22 2007, 1:10am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:18am CDT, in News | CeBIT

CeBit 2007 Booth Babes / Hostessen Photo Gallery Round-up
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The CeBit 2007 is over and had with 480,000 visitors 10% more than last year. One reason might be the apparently increased number of hostesses (aka booth babes).

At CeBit 2006 it was more like bring your own booth babes for photos.

This year I found several great photo galleries of CeBit booth babes.

The photo on the left (keep your eyes on the Flybook) above is from the German site ChannelPartner who features a 5 part gallery of CeBit 2007 hostesses.
The sneaky guys even hid an Easter egg (CES booth babe photo) in the 5th gallery.

Find more links to CeBit 2007 Booth Babe photos below.

If you want to see a really pretty German model see our brand new Gadget Model Julia featuring the Sony PS3.

CeBit 2007 Booth Babe Galleries:
Dvorak Uncensored
Hot XFX Booth Babes on
CRN Hostessen Report 2007 (German)
Body Painting Models
Jonasbc Booth Babe photos on Flickr

See also our CES 2007 Booth Babe Gallery.

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