Apple is exhibiting at Drupa 2000, the printing and publishing event that kicks off today in Dusseldorf, Germany.
The world's "largest publishing trade show" happens every five years, and covers 18 halls filled with an expected half a million visitors. The list of 1,800 exhibitors includes Adobe, Quark, Xerox, Epson, Hewlett Packard, Umax, Imation, and Minolta.
Also exhibiting on Apple's stand are third-party developers like LaCie, who will show off its PocketDrive and range of CD-RW, DVD-RAM and external hard drives. Farallon will also be there exhibiting its gigabit solutions at Apple's stand.
A searchable database of exhibitors is available on Drupa's Web site. The show runs until May 31.