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The final Synnex roadshow for the year ended with a bang at Melbourne Olympic Park.
An impressive crowd showed up at the last Synnex Roadshow of the year. Melbourne Olympic Park, the distributor's venue of choice, was buzzing with activity and a sizable line had already formed before the doors opened.
Inside the function centre, exhibitors were busy tending to guests that flocked to their stands to check out some new products and connect with vendors.
Guests were eager to check out the roadshow.
Staff work to issue badges to guests.
Live entertainment and food was provided throughout the night.
Synnex booth babes have fun with Microsoft's motion sensor for the Xbox, Kinect, due out this November.
Eaton's Synnex booth.
Acer products on display.
Asus' gaming and multimedia products piqued the interest of attendees.
A guest checks out ARN's latest print issue.
Synnex's Epson product managers working hard to
The HP team at Synnex.
BenQ had some digital signage and projector products on show.
SteelSeries, again, drew the crowds with e-sports group, Team Immunity, on hand to demonstrate the goods of the gaming peripherals vendor.
Challengers could test their skills against Team Immunity in Counterstrike: Source to score prizes.
Team Immunity's Call of Duty 4 members, Justin and Jesse.
Team Immunity's Counterstrike: Source team member, Alex.
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