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Think Power Exhibited CeBIT on Germany 2018

Update time : 2018-08-30 15:14:00
CeBIT was the largest and most internationally representative computer expo. The trade fair was held each year on the Hanover, Germany.In its day, it was considered a barometer of current trends and a measure of the state of the art in information technology.

With an exhibition area of roughly 450,000 m² (5 million ft²) and a peak attendance of 850,000 visitors during the dot-com boom, it was larger both in area and attendance than its Asian counterpart COMPUTEX. At this exhibition, Think Power mainly launched fleet management tracking equipment TE103 (UG35), TE102, TP302, TP303 and personal gps tracking system TW503. Following are some photo of the scene.



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