At IBM's exhibit, Big Blue displays a replica of the Airbus A380 to show off the company's tiny RFID chips.
Offbeat architecture is a feature of the Hannover showground.
And if the Airbus replica doesn't draw your attention, IBM has a real Airbus A380 wheel for its RFID demonstration.
On a more serious note, IBM also showed off a 300mm Cell processor wafer with 224 dies and 9 cores per die.
A new Sun teleportation device? No, it's actually a gesture driven presentation interface.
See more luxury laptops from Asus now on display.
Intel starts the engines in its Viiv area, a popular location for next-gen Formula 1 racers.
Intel's recent interest in the health care business was also evident on its stand.
Toshiba remembers that Germany will be the host of the 2006 World Cup.
This massive exhibit hall is just one of the 27 that are filled with CeBit gear.
CeBit also has some interesting lawn ornaments--scrapped ICBMs maybe? And how do you cut the grass?