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SITEX 2004
By Justin Ong
Category : Events
Published by Jimmy Tang on Friday, 26th November, 2004

SITEX 2004

25th November 2004 marks the fourth anniversary of SITEX, one of the biggest I.T. shows in Singapore organized by Singapore Infocomm Technology Federation (SITF). Starting from today and stretching all the way through the weekend, SITEX, held at the Singapore Expo, is expected to attract more than 350,000 visitors. Covering 30% more floor space than SITEX 2003, this year's show has room to cater to more than 150 exhibitors for a mind-boggling array of products to satisfy even the most demanding consumer. But if you think SITEX 2004 is just an expanded version from last year, think again. Apart from the main showcase of I.T. products and peripherals, a list of hands-on activities and shows will make SITEX 2004 a good weekend leisure stop for your entire family. These activities include an AnimaXation Fair, E-Celebrations 2004, Kidztech @ SITEX, SITEX PHOTOi Hub exhibition-cum-competition, Digital Gallery for gaming enthusiasts and Electronic Lucky Draw. In short, if you have been cracking your head on where to head out this weekend, SITEX could well be the destination for you.

Once again, Hardware Zone is the official media company appointed for the show and we're proud to bring you our complete coverage of SITEX 2004! – not in any order of preference of course…

Aigo at Ban Leong Technologies Pte Ltd

Ban Leong Technologies Pte Ltd has many brands under its wing and one of them that were on display was aigo.

Every gadget you see here is from aigo. At the foreground is aigo's MS-I, which interestingly is a speaker system that has deceiving dimensions of a mini component system.

The entire line of MP3 players from aigo was showcased, ranging from hard disk based players to flash memory models.

BenQ's Booth

Another familiar name that has been gaining popularity over the past year was spotted at SITEX 2004.

Soaking up all the attention of shoppers was BenQ's super fast FP71E+ 8ms LCD monitor and it's reasonably priced too, at just $749. In fact, the monitor performed so well in our test that we gave it a 4.5-stars award.

If budget is your game, BenQ has that in the form of its FP567-V2. Important specifications to take note are its 450:1 contrast ratio, 16ms pixel response time and a maximum resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels.

One of these should meet your requirement, both in design and in price.

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