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By eweek  |  Posted 2003-05-28
 
 
 

Macworld SF 2005 show floor

Macworld Expo attendees continue to get hands-on experience at the Mac OS X Tiger pavilion Wednesday. (SOURCE: Chip Buchanan/eWEEK.com)

Macworld SF 2005 show floor

Macworld SF 2005 show floor

Showgoers get a first look at Mac mini, here outfitted with Apple Cinema Display, Mac Keyboard and iPod. (SOURCE: Chip Buchanan/eWEEK.com)

Macworld SF 2005 show floor

Macworld SF 2005 show floor

Qlogics kiosk highlights storage-area network solutions for Xserve RAID and Xsan environments. (SOURCE: Chip Buchanan/eWEEK.com)

Macworld SF 2005 show floor

Macworld SF 2005 show floor

Olympus dye-sublimation photo printer models on display include the P-440 (left) and the P-10. The P-440 produces continuous-tone, 8x10 prints with a retail price of $499 and the P-10 emphasizes speed of printing up to 4x6 prin

Macworld SF 2005 show floor

Macworld SF 2005 show floor

ATI demonstrates the high performance of the Radeon-series video cards with emphasis on gaming applications. (SOURCE: Chip Buchanan/eWEEK.com)

Macworld SF 2005 show floor

Macworld SF 2005 show floor

Crowds pack the floor on the opening day of the annual trade show. Alongside the booths packed with the high-performance imaging, storage and networking hardware used in professional content creation are vendors with the latest twists in iPod gear. The on

Macworld SF 2005 show floor

Macworld SF 2005 show floor

At the Apple booth, dozens of new iPod minis hang on lanyards, awaiting their trial hearings from iTunes fans. Booth crew members, all decked out in lime-green T-shirts, keep order among the onlookers, who jostle for a spot at the wall. The entry-level mo

Macworld SF 2005 show floor

Macworld SF 2005 show floor

Startup Pressure Drop Inc. shows its Trestle Hub, a high-style holder for the products of a digital lifestyle. According to president David Gawlowski, technology by itself isnt beautiful to look at,**

Macworld SF 2005 show floor

Macworld SF 2005 show floor

While the buzz over the new low-cost Mac mini can be heard from the Apple booth, other vendors are pitching processor upgrades for older Macs. For example, FastMac showed its $379.95 1.3GHz PowerPC G4 processo

Macworld SF 2005 show floor

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