With Microsoft’s Nick Hodge, Samsung’s Simon King, Asus’ Shawn Yen, and AMD’s Amy Prince, this free event is looking to be quite worth the 2 hours you would otherwise spend wishing you had gone!
With representatives from one of the leading software developers, the leader in computer displays, not to mention a great hard drive manufacturer, among RAM and various other components used in every computer, one of the top motherboard manufacturers, and AMD, it’s going to be an interesting event indeed. Just in case that isn’t enough, theres free gift bags and prizes!
If you need even more reason to go, well, I’ll be there. Isn’t that a great reason.
However, it’s also at the best university in Australia, the Queensland University of Technology.
For all the details on when it is, where it is, and registration, have a look at the Atomic Live: Forum website!