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LetsGoDigital PMA Report live from Las Vegas
Dennis Hissink : February 15th 2004 - 14:19 CETupdated
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LetsGoDigitalLetsGoDigital arrived Tuesday 10th of February in Las Vegas where we have been very busy visiting the PMA show for the last few days. This show stands for the introduction of an incredible large amount of new products. It should be said that most of the new products are not very surprising, often they are a logical continuation of what we have seen on the market for a while. We notice an increase of the highest resolution cameras from 6 to 8 Megapixels, an increase of optical zoom from 3 to 5x, but other than that we see a lot of similar things. Interesting is the increase of storage capacity of memory cards from divers manufacturers or suppliers with one striking innovative solution SanDisk applied to their 4GB CompactFlash card.
LetsGoDigital PMA Report live from Las VegasIt is now possible to divide the card in a FAT 16 or FAT 32 format. It doesn't mean the PMA show is not interesting, on the contrary, we meet many friends and colleagues who are also active on the internet publications and beside that the face of LetsGoDigital is well known by now and being recognised on the American market! The list of PMA news is constantly growing and has a large amount of articles still to come. We will be in Las Vegas until Sunday 15th and will travel in the night from Sunday to Monday to Florida, to remain there a few days before flying back to our own country, the Netherlands.

In the mean time we are already preparing for the CeBIT show in Hannover (Germany) coming up in March 2004. The first appointments are made and despite the fact of the large amount of new introductions on the PMA, there will still be enough left to introduce at the CeBIT show.

Keep your eyes fixed on our special page with the PMA live coverage and don't forget to read the extensive reviews of our colleagues. They are mentioned at the bottom of the LetsGoDigital PMA coverage page.
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