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    Digital Life Show Oct 12-15 in NYC

    We just wanted to let you all know that Slim Devices will be exhibiting at the Digital Life Show - http://www.digitallife.com/ - this month at the Jacob Javitz Convention Center in New York City.

    We have partnered with Infrant Technologies and Ruckus Wireless to build the 'Digital Domicile' at stand 447. There you'll be able to see both Squeezebox and Transporter, along with storage from Infrant and 'streaming-tuned' wifi from Ruckus.

    So whether you are an existing customer or someone looking to purchase, we'd love to meet you and show you the lastest from Slim Devices.

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    Digital Life Show Oct 12-15 in NYC

    Jez wrote:
    > We just wanted to let you all know that Slim Devices will be exhibiting
    > at the Digital Life Show - http://www.digitallife.com/ - this month at
    > the Jacob Javitz Convention Center in New York City.


    I hope to see you there! Free tickets are available at
    http://www.digitallife.com/tickets.html
    using the source code INSIDER (case sensitive).

    --
    Bill Burns
    Long Island NY USA
    http://ftldesign.com

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    I went on Friday and enjoyed the booth. There seemed to be more Infrant guys than anybody else while I was there, but the Ruckus router looked very interesting and (at least from the sales pitch) might be an excellent addition to people with wireless reliability problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfalk View Post
    I went on Friday and enjoyed the booth. There seemed to be more Infrant guys than anybody else while I was there, but the Ruckus router looked very interesting and (at least from the sales pitch) might be an excellent addition to people with wireless reliability problems.
    You should have introduced yourself! I was there pretending to be an SD employee. We actually had a pretty good number of people swing by to check out the Transporter and Squeezeboxes, as well as the Ruckus routers, ReadyNAS, and the new Repertoire. Most people were, however, distracted by the TV.

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