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The biggest, most exciting interactive Consumer Electronics Show in the Philippines is set to open its doors on Oct. 24, Friday, at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City. The event, dubbed Consumer Electronics Live! (CEL) Manila 2008, will feature exhibitors showcasing the latest products and services in audio, video, digital imaging, computer products, home entertainment, home appliances, mobile and wireless electronics and automotive technology. Â The event aims to bring together all devices and gadgets that make life pleasurable.
Presented by T3, the countryâ€™s leading technology magazine, and in cooperation with Clear Men Formula 2.0, Consumer Electronics Live! is produced by Summit Live!, a new division of Summit Media Philippines.
â€œWe are pleased and excited to stage the very first Consumer Electronics Live! The warm reception of the industry players shows that there is really a need for a trade exhibition designed not just to link the various sectors of the consumer electronics industry but to cater to the consumer market at the same time,â€ explains Maricar Parco, General Manager of Summit Live!
The Filipinos are known to be tech-savvy, wanting the latest, most advanced electronic items â€“ from the newest mobile phones to the latest laptops. And with over 9,000 square meters of exhibit area, the marketâ€™s thirst for everything new and highâ€“tech will definitely be satisfied. Â â€œWith several exhibitors launching new products during the exhibit, it will be the perfect time to get that newest gadget for the holidays, â€œ Parco adds.
Major exhibitors expected to unveil new products and services are Apple/Senco, Canon, HP, LG Electronics, Nokia, Samsung and Sony. Â There will also be displays from Bose, Creative, Fuji Xerox, JBL, Myphone, Sennheiser and Western Digital.
Visit www.celmanila.com for more details on Consumer Electronic Live! For media inquiries, please contact 0922-8334899.
For more information, contact:
Tere de Jesus Garcia