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Synnex roadshow to provide first glimpse of Windows 10

03 Oct 14

Attendees at this week’s Synnex Synergy Roadshow will be the first in New Zealand to see Windows 10, with Microsoft previewing its new operating system at the roadshow.

The operating system made its international debut earlier this week, with the software giant unveiling it and giving a first look at an early technical preview.

Synnex Synergy 14 will include an introduction to the Windows Insider Program, which allows PC experts and IT pros to get access to a technical preview of Windows 10 for desktops and laptops.

“As the authorised distributor of Microsoft, we’re delighted to be able to provide resellers with the unique opportunity to see Windows 10, presented by Microsoft themselves, at our Synnex Synergy 14 roadshow,” Richard Harri, Synnex New Zealand country manager, says.

The roadshow is touring key cities throughout New Zealand, providing interactive learning experiences with the latest industry gadgets, technology and information.

Twelve vendors will be demonstrating their products, with Microsoft, Acer, Lenovo, Netgear, Asus, Targus, Gigabyte, Western Digital, Rapoo, Kingston, Transcend and Eaton all involved.

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