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July 8, 2000 Show:
Perils Of Travel Guest:
Find out what's new in the world of portable accessories from Laura Gonzales, Director of Product Marketing at iGo - the Mobile Technology Outfitter. Under discussion are items to make your business travel more productive including the Sims Voice Pen Digital Recorder for 8 hours of continuous recording. Other products add hard drive space to your laptop that can be used with your desktop station or quadruple the use time for portable devices such as digital cameras and CD players.
October 23, 1999 Show:
iGo Corporation's mission is to provide comprehensive products, services and innovative solutions that give freedom and flexibility to people on the go - across town and around the world.
Ken Hawk, CEO ("Chief Energizing Officer") for iGo
discusses the accessories available for mobile user & why they're so important.
iGo CorporationOctober 23, 1999 interview
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