A M Micro is demonstrating its extensive range of solutions at MacExpo.
The company distributes a multitude of market-leading products from such leading brands as: Canopus, Griffin Technology, iProof Systems, Pantone, Prosoft Engineering, Sonnet Technologies, Speck Products, STM Bags, Wiebetech and many more.
Canopus will be exhibiting the latest ADVC 110, ADVC 300 and ADVC 1000 with Final Cut Pro and iMovie to demonstrate how easy it is to convert VHS tapes to digital for editing. Anyone buying and registering an ADVC 300 before December 15 December 2005 may also win a Canon EOS 350D digital camera. Canopus staff will be at the show to discuss the solutions.
Griffin Technology will be launching new products at MacExpo, including the iFM radio for iPod, the BlueTrip Bluetooth audio interface, the FireWave Dolby 5.1 decoder for Firewire and the much-anticipated SmartDeck cassette interface for the car. Griffin vice president Waldo Latowsky will be at the show - all the way from the US, underlining the importance of the grass roots event.
iProof makes PowerRIP, a powerful and extensive PostScript solution for Macs and PCs.
With over 160,000 registered users, PowerRIP is the most widely used PostScript solution for Mac & PC. The company will be demonstrating the latest release of PowerRIP X for MacOS X 10.4 Tiger and Ted Birmingham, CEO of iProof will be at the show.
Pantone is a world-renowned authority on colour and provider of colour systems and leading technology for the selection and accurate communication of colour. The latest Pantone solutions for monitor calibration and colour management will be shown in conjunction with PowerRIP.
Prosoft Engineering solutions on demonstration at the event include Netware Client for Mac OS X, Data Rescue, Data Backup, Picture Rescue, Drive Genius, Media Tools and Data Rescue PC Recoversoft. The company will launch new software utilities for iPod called TuneTech at the show. Senior company staff have flown to the UK to demonstrate the company's market-leading products to UK Mac users.
Sonnet has become the Mac market leader for processor upgrade products. The company will demonstrate its newest Mac upgrade solutions at MacExpo. Jolanda Blum, Sonnet international sales manager is also at the show to meet the company's customers.
WiebeTech will launch the Maxelerate Mac Mini product that brings storage up to 500GB, addes extra USB and FireWire ports, and improves Mac mini speeds by 30 per cent at MacExpo. WiebeTech's sales director Mike Gaskin will attend, and will also show a selection of the company's solutions for HD video.
Speck manufactures high-quality bags for iPods and will launch the latest Nano products at the show. Matthew Cereno, Speck's international sales manager will be on hand to demonstrate the Nano SkinTight Deluxe, the Nano SkinTight and a multitude of other products for Apple's new smash-hit music player.