As my duty at Adobe’s booth started only in the afternoon, I used the first part of the day to walk around and get a sense of the show. Here are some pictures I took with my phone camera.
First, the Adobe booth. I was surprised by the number of people coming right from the opening hours. I was expectecting people to be more interested in all the new cool devices. Instead there were lots of people all over the place.
One of the biggest booths around is Google’s. I think they are using the same booth they had last year. Nevertheless it is impressive. You can see there are lots of people.
Some press guys resting before their next interview.
Next, the Microsoft Windows Phone booth. I played a bit with some HTC and Nokia devices. I am sure I am biased, but I will say it anyway: the devices are fast. No doubt. But somehow I don’t get the UI. Probably all the years I’ve been using iOS and Android devices…
Right near our booth there is the HTC booth. I have to check them out as it seems they announced a crazy powerful new phone, HTC One X.
That phone is powered NVidia’s Tegra 3 chip. So here is NVidia booth:
As with any show there are lots of characters :)
It’s lunch time, which means the crowd is starting to move outside.
That’s it for today. Now I have to run for my booth duties.
Later Update: This is the only conference where I’ve seen only men queueing in front of the rest rooms. It must be divine retribution I guess: