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IN PICS: Ingram Micro Showcase 2016

30 Nov 16

The Ingram Micro showcase 2016 has kicked off this morning at the Sky City Convention Centre in Auckland.

The Showcase events are Ingram Micro's premier events, attracting hundreds of resellers in each region.

The event is so far proving a hit for the distributor, with attendees keen to check out the wide variety speakers and numerous exhibitors on display on the show floor.

This year event features Show Zones, which are full of the latest products where attendees can get hands on with the latest technology, and discuss how it works with Ingram Micro product experts. There are two zones — the Consumer Technology Zone and the Ultimate Workspace Zone.

Check out our gallery of the showcase below. 

*Stay tuned, Techday is live from the event.

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