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C3 Singapore 2010 Electronics & I.T. Fair: The Coverage

Moving away from the Audio House exhibitions (and Hall 603)…

Lots of games and gaming peripherals brought down to C3 by Playcraft.


Food, anyone?


Nokia’s booth.


Over at StarHub’s booth, sign up for MaxOnline Ultimate 100Mbps cable broadband at $105.50/mth and get a free HP Pavilion dm4 (Intel Core i5-460M) notebook.

There are also cheaper plans available at $44.94/mth and $56.92/mth for MaxOnline Express 16Mbps and MaxOnline Premium 30Mbps.

HTC’s bright white booth is hard to miss. Do check out the new HTC Desire Z, retailing for $868 without a contract. The HTC Desire goes for $798, while the budget HTC Wildfire is at $468


Over at Panasonic’s booth by PC Connect, you can catch a fully-functional Toughbook being continuously doused with water.


More laptops by Samsung.


Camera gear from tripods to bags.


Lights, camera, action!


Kitchenware for sale. Japan technology… as seen on TV?


Pinnacle Motors is one of the largest parallel importers of cars from Japan and Europe.


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