SOME of Sydney’ leading computer consultants will be in Bega this weekend for a computer show to be held at the Bega Telecottage on Saturday, March 31 and Sunday, April 1.
The consultants include Phil Gibbs representing Epson Australia, Canon and Agfa, Kyle McMillan from GCC & Maxwell Electronics, Scott Barnham – systems engineer at Apple Computer Australia, Mark Jackson from Allied Telesyn, Murray Nicholas from Edirol (Roland) and Leigh Finney from Apple Education.
Together with local Apple reseller, Lee Cross, they will showcase the latest in Apple computer technology including photo quality colour inkjet printers, colour laser printers, digital still and video cameras, scanners, wireless networking, and provide in depth information and demonstrations of The Internet.
There will be demonstrations of the latest software including Apple’s new operating system Mac OSX, MYOB accounting, desktop publishing, desktop video production and scanning and imaging software.
For the first time this year there will be a large range of Mac computer software available on sale.
There will also be some show specials offering savings to visitors to the expo.
A series of free seminars will be run in conjunction with the show.
The program is as follows: Saturday March 31: 9.15am The Internet web browsers.
Getting the most from your web browser. Beginners to intermediate. Ideal for people wanting to get a better understanding of the internet. Presenter: David Fisher – ACRNet
10.45am: Digital movie editing. The easy way to make and edit your own videos. Home movies have never been so much fun. Presenter: Scott Barnham (Apple Computer).
12.30pm: Making music on the Mac. Discover how to make music on your Macintosh. An in-depth look at MIDI, Roland Keyboards and music software for the Mac. Presenter: Murray Nicholas (Edirol Australia).
2.00pm: Mac OSX. Apple has just released the latest version of its new operating system, Mac OSX. Take a look at its ease of use and outstanding new features. Presenter: Scott Barnham (Apple Computer).
3.30pm: Colour laser printers in the office. Colour laser printers have dropped in price and now offer an economic alternative for in-house short-run colour printing. Presenter: Phil Gibbs.
Sunday, April 1:
9.45am: Mac OSX. Apple has just released the latest version of its new operating system, Mac OSX. Take a look at its ease of use and outstanding new features. Presenter: Scott Barnham (Apple Computer).
11.15am: Wireless networking. Forget the blue spaghetti. Wireless is gaining in popularity and this session looks at how to install and set-up wireless networks using the Apple Airport Base Station. Presenter: Leigh Finney (Apple Education).
12.45pm: Network documentation. What you need to let others know about your network. Presenter: Leigh Finney (Apple Education).
2.15pm: Getting more out of your Mac. Macintosh basics. Bring along your questions and presenter Lee Cross will provide the answers. Ideal for beginners to intermediate. Presentation includes basic troubleshooting.
Bookings for the seminars is recommended as seating is limited and priority wil be given topeople who have booked.
Phone 6492 5772 for bookings or futher information.
In conjunction with the Computer Expo, ACRNet staff will be on hand for the benefit of people wanting to get on to the Internet for the first time.
They will be able to answer questions and demonstrate the many facets of the Internet, including Email and the World Wide Web.
The expo hours are Saturday from 9am to 5pm; Sunday 9.30am to 4pm.
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