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February 14, 2004
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February 14, 2004
CES Update Continued
Samit Choudhuri, Chris Trumble
Sandhills Publishing, parent company of Smart Computing magazine, is a family of computing magazines with a goal to give you the most complete coverage of computers and consumer electronics. They offer publications for every computer user from novice to advanced, and for every market from consumer to business.
In the second of a two-part series, Samit Choudhuri, Publication Editor for CPU (www.cpumag.com), and Chris Trumble, Publication Editor for CE Tips (www.cetips.com), discuss the latest innovations from CES 2004. Computer Power User (CPU) is a monthly print publication aimed at people who know that technology rocks. CE Tips is a monthly magazine that provides readers with solid, no-nonsense buying and usage tips for a wide range of consumer electronics products.
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