Offbeat architecture is a feature of the Hanover showground.
Some of the exhibition halls are impressively cavernous — and there are 27 of them.
IBM was promoting RFID using the heavily RFID-tagged Airbus 380 as an example.
IBM decides to trump the Segway big-time? No, it's a real A380 wheel, part of an RFID-tagged aeroplane.
A 300mm Cell processor wafer with 224 dies and 9 cores per die. IBM showed a prototype Cell-based blade server.
Apparently there's a World Cup in Germany later this year...
Sun employee makes desperate attempt to teleport out of CeBIT? No, it's a gesture-driven presentation interface.
The Asus Lamborghini Notebook, and its inspiration.
The Viiv area on Intel's stand proved popular with would-be Schumachers.
Intel's recent interest in the healthcare business was also evident on its stand.
We're not sure how the Hannover Messe groundsman mows these grass-covered cones...