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D&H Slates Fall Tech Show

Hershey, Pa. – D&H
Distributing will hold its Mid-Atlantic 2010 Fall Technology Show at the Hershey
Lodge and Convention Center here on Nov. 2.

The event, which will draw more
than 160 vendor exhibitors and an estimated 800 attendees, is the last on the CE and IT distributor’s calendar
for the year. D&H’s trade show schedule resumes next March.

Next month’s gathering
will feature an emerging technologies pavilion filled largely by first-time
exhibitors. The product panoply there will include ALTAZ Internet clock
radio/digital photo frames from Aeon
Lighting Technology (also known as ALT LED lighting); Android mini-tablets from Archos; Gear
Head’s webcams and peripherals; InnoDigital’s “Web Tube” Android-based IPTV; TV
tuners from Pixtree; interactive projector/board systems by IS Communications; Internet
radio from Livio;, phones and PDAs from New Potato and Nokia; remote units from
Interlink Electronics; and XSKN’s line of shells and cases. 

Other highlights will
include a Microsoft Xbox exhibit, where attendees can demo the new Kinect
motion-sensitive gaming system; seminars by, Cisco, Hewlett-Packard, Intel,
Lenovo and Microsoft; plus D&H
booths demonstrating photo/video accessories and recently implemented eco-friendly
shipping techniques.

Other exhibitors will include
Acer, ASUS, Canon, Creative Labs, Haier, Hannspree, MSI, Panasonic, Pogoplug, Ricoh, SanDisk, Sony and Toshiba.

Also on hand will be the D&H Cares charity foundation, which will
be accepting donations on behalf of Ronald McDonald Charities of Central Pennsylvania
in exchange for a chance to win a Toshiba 46-inch LED-TV.  Other giveaways will include a
Cisco-sponsored grand prize 40-inch Haier LED TV, and 22-inch lightweight
expandable rolling cases, provided by by Case Logic and awarded to one attendee
at each seminar.

The event will also feature show-day-only discounts for D&H
customers, who may register for the Tech Show at no charge.

 “Our trade events are always evolving,
bringing new speakers and vendors into the fold and shedding light on
technologies and formats that create opportunities,” said marketing VP Mary
Campbell. “These prospects are showcased right alongside established brands
that demand ongoing loyalty and can anchor comprehensive solution sales.”