Photos: CeBIT Australia 2007

Photos: CeBIT Australia 2007

Summary: CeBIT Australia is on again for 2007 with hundreds of IT products and services on display in addition to the conference, keynotes and forums. Join us as we take a photo tour of the exhibition halls.

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TOPICS: Google, Hardware, CEBIT
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  • Panasonic's monstrous 103-inch plasma, being touted as the largest available to date, overshadowed the rest of their stand. The plasma display is designed for business use in areas such as TV production, digital signage, exhibitions and private theatres and is priced to suit. If you have a spare AU$105,000 it can be yours!

    Credit: Luke Anderson/ZDNet Australia

  • Panasonic's Toughbooks also made an appearance. The CF-19 (shown above) is a new shock, spill and dust resistant notebook. Priced from AU$6,099, it can survive a 90cm drop, Panasonic claims, has a battery life of 8 hours and a 10.4-inch anti-reflective screen.

    Credit: Luke Anderson/ZDNet Australia

  • Motion Computing offers mobile devices for specialised fields such as healthcare, manufacturing and hospitality, displayed two new devices. First announced in February, the C5 mobile clinical assistant (shown above with charging dock) has been co-developed with Intel for use by health professionals. Shipping in May, it's priced at AU$3,399.

    Credit: Luke Anderson/ZDNet Australia

Topics: Google, Hardware, CEBIT

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  • CeBIT

    Great article! Thanks
    anonymous