CeBIT 2014: The most important fair novelties
Since 1986 the CeBIT will take place in Hannover. From the 10th to 14 March 2014 to present the world’s manufacturers back their products. COMPUTER BILD shows the most important novelties.
CeBIT opens its doors every year in Hannover, more than 4,000 exhibitors give yourself this time the honor. In order to keep the overview, the editors have collected the most important news of smartphones, tablet PCs & Co.. This year’s CeBIT runs from 10 to 14 March in Hanover’s exhibition halls.
Realignment: Everything on Business
CeBIT is no longer open for private visits. 2014 the trade fair is a new rate and only relies on trade visitors and the exchange of exhibitors with each other. CeBIT Officer Oliver Frese explains: “We are 100 percent on future business. We judge the CeBIT exactly according to the wishes of our customers. “Reason is that in past years, more and more professional visitors came to CeBIT and the proportion of consumers declined. The organizers of the fair spread as a result of realignment Saturday as the last day of the fair and open it already Monday, a day earlier than usual
Many new products at CeBIT are based on the current theme. Routers, hard drives and extensions for the home network to play a central role. AVM is exhibiting new products from the Fritz!-Series, including the AVM Fritz! WLAN stick AC 430 Gigaset, Pearl and Cat showcase smartphones, such as the extremely robust Cat B15. A combination of modern and classic can be found at the booth of Lian Li: In Hall 17, Stand E24, the manufacturer presents a desk with built-in PC case, the Lian Li DK-01. In pioneering the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence at booth E43 in Hall 9 is set with monkey robot Charlie, who should fight easily by particularly rough terrain.
14 years ago, the CeBIT looked very different. In 2000 the battle raged around the A-gigahertz mark current processors, the first video recorder with hard drive came on the market and Bluetooth received its way into mobile devices. The computing power, which was then still subject to large computers in bulky housings, can be found today in almost every smartphone.