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Macworld Expo To See "Hundreds Of New Products"

Macworld Expo To See "Hundreds Of New Products"

by , 1:15 PM EST, January 4th, 2005

With Macworld Expo one week away, IDG World Expo has issued a press release trumpeting that "hundreds of new products are expected to debut at next week's event."

The press release includes details on a handful of new products that will arrive next week from companies such as Altec LAnsing, Atempo, auto.des.sys, BlackBerry, Boinx Software, Clarion, Corriente Networks, CRYPTOCard, Intelli Innovations, Lynda.com, Mariner Software, Master Colors, Open Door Networks, Optibase, SmileOnMyMac, and Sorenson Media.

Also noted in the release is a run-down of other events that will be held at the Expo throughout the week. Macworld Expo runs from January 10-14. The show floor is open January 11-14, and Apple CEO Steve Jobs will deliver the keynote address on January 11 at 9:00 a.m.

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