Macworld is exhibiting at Expo 2000 at the Design Centre, Islington.

Guy Eaton, publisher of Macworld, says: "We are delighted to be taking part in the Expo 2000, a show dedicated to the Mac community. I am happy to put Macworld's weight behind the show after seeing such industry heavyweights as Microsoft Hewlett-Packard and Macromedia are to attend the show.

"The Expo 2000 is the foundation for many more successful shows in the future that Macworld will be supporting all the way." More than 30 new products are debuting at the Expo.

AppleOnline will stream, which offers Quick Time encoding, streaming services and support for Media 100i.

Creative Publishing Solutions will show three new Heidelberg scanners, the Linoscan 1200 USB, the Linoscan 1450 FireWire and Linoscan 1400 SCSI.

DCS will display its latest high-performance software PosterJet 6.1 with the new HP DesignJet 5000 series printers.

Digicom will introduce its unique USB-GSM interface for mobile phones to connect to iBooks or USB enabled PowerBooks.

Hermstedt will demonstrate its new cross-platform ISDN solutions allowing universal-data transfer using any protocol, including Grand Central Pro 2.0 with multi-channel bundling.