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Saturday 12th July 2003
The following pictorial report was compiled using my digital Olympus Camedia C-1400XL and David Prosser's digital Cannon fitted with a wide angle lens and expanded memory module, which can store around four hundred photographs.
The Pride of Hull.
A typical cabin on the ship.
The stand put to bed for the night.
The finished stand.
The stand - an overview from left to right - on top a Midi tower 128MB Omega with an 18 inch TFT screen, table height Alpha Notebook with DVD/CDRW, next to that we had Liquid Silicons 128MB Omega in an aluminium 1U case with a 15 inch TFT.
Centre stand - on top we had a Mini tower 128MB Omega with an 18 inch TFT, table height Alpha Professional Notebook, next to that we had a Midi tower 256MB Omega with a see through side panel with a 19 inch TFT.
Right hand - on top a Midi tower 128MB Omega with an 18 inch TFT screen, table height Alpha Notebook, next to that we had a Midi tower 256MB Omega with a 15 inch TFT. Even after the show had closed people were reluctant to leave the stand, it was a great show.
Another view of the stand.
For those of you who have asked for a photo of the 250cc Susuki.
Folks begin to arrive.
After we finished the stand but before the exhibition opened I had a quick walk around and found this interesting little beast, a BBC model B driving a robotic arm which picked up marbles.
5.25 inch disc drive motor still being put to good use.
Desktop Omega playing games on the RComp stand.
Omega's off to new homes.
The MicroDigital theatre presentation.
The RISCOS Limited stand with yet another Omega as the centre of attraction.
Uffenkamp Computer Systeme from Germany.
Thoughts from the show - Omega
As usual the show was very well run in very pleasent surroundings, the numbers were down on last year due to the doom and gloom merchants. Apologises to all other exhibitors who we did not get the chance to see or visit
We would also take this opportunity to thank Aad Bezemar and his team for their hospitality and for making us feel most welcome.
Omega - MicroDigital Europe delivered Omega's to their owners in a very public fashion and with the second batch of machines now nearing completion they can look forward to receiving many more Omegas in the near future.
Alpha Professional Notebook
As with the Wakefield show the Alpha Notebook was the star of the show, plus we launched an upmarket version - the new Alpha Professional which is powered by a 2.4GHz Pentium 4 processor - full details are on the web site.
26-bit, 32-bit operating systems together with ARMTwister multi-processor
26/32-bit 32/26-bit technology the way forward
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