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Last Updated: Thursday, 15 March 2007, 16:52 GMT
Click reports from Cebit show
Click has been in Hanover for the annual technology show Cebit. The exhibition, which is the largest trade show of anywhere in the world, is in its 21st year and has hosted more than 400,000 visitors over six days. You can find our reports below ...


UNIQUE PC DESIGNS ON SHOW
PC with an Eastern design

UNIQUE PC DESIGNS AT TECH FEST

For most people our computer is simply a box we hide under our desks. But for a select group it is a thing to be adored.

PC modders, as they are known, decorate them and convert them into model robots, cars, or just about anything they can think of.

Andrew Webb has been checking out these objects of desire in Hanover.

FIRST BROADCAST: Wednesday, 21 March, 2007


MINI PCs PUT TO THE TEST
Mini PC

MINI PCs PUT TO THE TEST

Mini PCs that run full Windows Vista are creating a stir at Cebit.

The handheld PCs, which were a highlight of last year's trade fair, are now using much improved technology.

Click's Spencer Kelly reports.

FIRST BROADCAST: Monday, 19 March, 2007


DIGITAL PROJECTORS SHOWCASED
Projector

DIGITAL PROJECTORS SHOWCASED

Cutting edge technology is turning video projectors into a practical alternative to plasma or LCD TVs for the home.

New brighter, smaller projectors that work in daylight are being showcased at the fair.

Spencer Kelly has been taking a look.

FIRST BROADCAST: Monday, 19 March, 2007


CEBIT FAIR OPENS
Cebit advert being erected

CEBIT FAIR OPENS

The giant Cebit trade fair in Hanover has opened, with a huge variety of new technology on display.

Radio tagging chips and book-sized computers are grabbing attention at this year's Cebit, as Andrew Webb reports.

FIRST BROADCAST: Thursday, 15 March, 2007




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