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Macworld 2002: Photo essay

The conference brings out Mac faithful to catch a glimpse of the new flat-panel iMac and try out new products from Apple Computer.


Macworld 2002: Photo essay

By Jeff Quan
January 9, 2002, 4:00 p.m. PT

Macworld is expected to draw 80,000 attendees.

Checking out the new iMacs is a tactile experience.

The new iMac takes center stage at Macworld.

How did this Mac fan get past the metal detector?

Olympus says watching TV through these glasses is like standing in front of a 62-inch monitor.

Bean-bag chairs help attendees sit through yet another demonstration.

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