CeBIT 2005

Posted: Mar 9 2005, 2:31am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:34pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

CeBIT 2005
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The largest technology trade-show is opening tonight with an opening ceremony that is streamed live (18:00 CET).

CeBIT expects 510,000 visitors from the 10th to the 16th of March. Anybody can go. It is not like CES, where visitors have to be in the industry or from the press. Although a day-ticket costs a whopping 32/37 Euros.

Question remaining is, will there be interesting announcements in the gadget and consumer electronics area? I4U already reported about several product announcements that are scheduled for CeBIT 2005 (see story links below).
The highlights so fare the new Everio GZ-MC500, iRiver H10 Junior and Sanyo Xacti C5.
The German Press is full with mostly TV on mobile phones, home media networking and VOIP. TV on mobile phones is especially hyped with no end. T-Mobile for instance announced (german) Video On-Demand.
Let hope that there will be some more exciting news than TV on Mobile phones to report about.

CeBIT 2005 News Coverage:

CeBIT: Cowon iAudio X5, M5 and A2

CeBIT Video Coverage with Archos PMA430 and Head Camera

Video Webcasting from an Axia A108 Windows Smartphone

CeBIT: 3GB Music SmartPhone Samsung SGH-i300

CeBIT: 7MP Camera Phone Samsung SCH-V770

CeBIT: Logitech Sony PSP PlayGear

CeBIT: Sony Ericsson ROB-1 Bluetooth Motion Cam

Sony Ericsson Walkman Mobile Phone W800 at CeBit

Samsung 102 inch Plasma TV at CeBit shows VOIP Mobile Phone at CeBit

muveeMobile: Movie Editing for Nokia Phones

New Torica MP3 Players: TC-31, TC-33c and TJ-500

Torica TM-750 4GB Tiny Color Display MP3 and Photo Player

iRiver H10 Junior 1GB Music Player Announced

New Sanyo Xacti DMX-C5 Digital Camcorder Coming

Philips PSS110 Portable MP3 Radio Alarm

More Details on the KeyScan Scanner Keyboard Online Personal Video Recorder

New JVC Everio GZ-MC500: World's Smallest 3CCD Camcorder

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