Vietnam Computer Electronics World Expo 2007

Yesterday, Tony, his wife, and I attended the Vietnam Computer Electronics World Expo 2007. I came around 10:30 AM and ended staying over 2 hours. My frien, Mai, helped out with the designing of the venue. The show was very interesting, quite crowded, but worth the visit. Unfortunately, while taking some pictures, I lost the stylix to my Motorola E6 Rokr. I will spend the day in Saigon trying to look for a replacement. Here are some nice picture highlights from the Expo:

Vietnam Computer Electronics World Expo 2007 - SaigonNezumi

(Yep, the Computer Electronics Expo was packed)

Vietnam Computer Electronics World Expo 2007 - SaigonNezumi

(Gigabyte’s display – I am a fan of MSI)

Vietnam Computer Electronics World Expo 2007 - SaigonNezumi

(Nice routers)

Vietnam Computer Electronics World Expo 2007 - SaigonNezumi

(Many displays of tower cases but most were not suited for Vietnam)

Vietnam Computer Electronics World Expo 2007 - SaigonNezumi

(Sony’s HD TV is great for gaming)

Vietnam Computer Electronics World Expo 2007 - SaigonNezumi

(Yeah, Vinagames – I like the future competitor, Games Corner)

Vietnam Computer Electronics World Expo 2007 - SaigonNezumi

(Acer’s kit Lamborghini and Laptop)

Vietnam Computer Electronics World Expo 2007 - SaigonNezumi

(Inte’s Venue was nice and quie loud)

Vietnam Computer Electronics World Expo 2007 - SaigonNezumi

(Can’t avoid taking a picture of Canon’s pretty girl)

Vietnam Computer Electronics World Expo 2007 - SaigonNezumi

(Nice rack)

Vietnam Computer Electronics World Expo 2007 - SaigonNezumi

(How did I get on this  screen)

Vietnam Computer Electronics World Expo 2007 - SaigonNezumi

(Yep, speaker’s were displayed as well – That’s me…)

Vietnam Computer Electronics World Expo 2007 - SaigonNezumi

(…and Tony)

3 comments on “Vietnam Computer Electronics World Expo 2007”

  1. Tracy Reed

    You were a speaker? What did you speak about? Something Linux related? Were most of the talks in english or vietnamese? Did you have a translator for your talk?

  2. SaigonNezumi (Kevin)

    @Tracy:

    Talks were in Vietnamese and English. We were given headphones when we needed translations. The guests had headphones too.

    We talked about open source and how it can help Vietnam. The discussion went very well.

    @Annie: Yeah, nice rack, very clean 🙂

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