Tech events are very important. They are essentially opportunities for manufacturers to show off their products and gauge reactions from the general public. They are open houses which give the potential buyers a taste of things to come and what’s already available. With technology getting more and more advanced and competition getting fiercer, these events have become far more prolific.
Here we take a look at some of these events which any one of us can go along and gain insightful information as well as perusing all the gadgets.
Extraordinary Technology Conference
This event takes place between July 26th and July 29th in Albuquerque, New Mexico. This one is organised for inventors so they can showcase their innovations with the hope of gaining funding from investors. There will also be various lectures on a host of topics including zero point energy, telsa technology and electro gravitation. Conference rates for members and non members are $349.95 per person.
The Gadget Show Live
The popular TV show takes to the road in April with its show at the NEC in Birmingham. The event runs from April 11th to April 15th and visitors can interact with the presenters and sample the various gadgets available. The show runs from 9am to 6pm each day.
Cisco takes place between June 12th and 14th in San Diego. It is the premier event for IT Management training. There is also onsite training for networking and communications.
Hong Electronics Fair
This annual gathering is hailed as the world’s biggest electronics event. Organised by HKTDC, this is the place to find all manner of new products including audio visual, navigation systems and telecommunication products. It runs from October 13th to 16th at the HK Convention and Exhibition centre.
Geek Girl Bootcamp
In March this event draws in hoards of ladies who attend lectures taught by women for women. All aspects of computing and social networking are covered in a variety of workshops. It takes place at Cape Cod, MA and costs from $139 per person.
This one takes place on July 10th in San Francisco and is dedicated to exploring the future of mobile technology and the opportunities around them. The conference lasts for two days.
Tec Ed offers training on future software detailing how it’s likely to work. It gives developers and IT pros an idea of what to expect in the future. It also gives them guidance on how to adapt to upcoming upgrades. It takes place between June 11th to 14th in Orlando, Florida.
This event is not to be missed as attendees will be given talks by Steve Ballmer and Mark McLaughlin. The conference will be an insight into new technologies and innovations in PC technology. NVTC is not just an event; it’s a schedule of events which takes place over several weeks. All these occur from April 2nd.
Between June 5th and 9th will be the 32nd Computex Conference in Taipa, Taiwan. This is the largest computer exhibition in the whole of Asia and has unrivalled floor space for all the displays. Many popular products such as tablets and e- readers will be launched here.
You’ll have to wait for 2013 to attend this event as it’s already taken place for 2012 but it’s worth attending as all types of gadgets are featured here. There are exhibitions which are generally centred on Apple products. Macworld opens its doors to the public in January.