Taipei, Taiwan. Feb. 19, 2001 íV With a wider range of exhibitors than ever, the Taipei International
Electronics Spring Show (TAITRONICS Spring 2001), that now incorporates the Information Appliances Show, is gearing up to offer a record number of visitors this April 26 to 30 at the Taipei World Trade Center Exhibition Hall.
This spring will see TAITRONICS underscoring the smart appliance revolution, the hottest trend in consumer technology that is rapidly redefining household and office appliances with a massive array of products. ThatíŽs why TAITRONICS Spring will profile the latest breakthroughs with up-beat conferences, seminars, and exhibits that all focus upon this wireless wonder of consumer electronics.
The technological revolution enables two-way transmissions of data that makes efficient, fast, wireless connections a reality. The show will feature wireless technology for connecting consumer home and office electronics such as PDAs, printers, desktop adapters, notebooks, wireless phones, cameras, and the latest palm devices. Taiwan-based CHUN-YUN and SAMPO are among the exhibitors showcasing wireless technology at TAITRONICS Spring.
More than 583 leading companies have signed up for more than 26,868 square meters of exhibit space. The show floor will be filled with the most exciting technologies in consumer electronics. ThatíŽs where many of the more than 2,500 industry professionals from 90 countries and 20,000 local visitors will gain their winning edge in electronics technology.
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