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>> Welcome to the Web 2.0 Expo, we're here at the Javits Center in New York City where the people who are actually building the next generation of the Internet are showcasing their products. Let's go take a look.
>> For the Curve 2000 keyboard gives you one of the highest level of security available. It has 128-bit encryption between the receiver and the keyboard, no delays or no drop-outs and has up to 3 years battery life.
>> What we really looked at IE was the design, the browser, the way people browse today. I'm getting suggestions that I -- getting directly from that search provider. We've made the open search box and experience. If I go to New York weather and I start to mouse down my example here, you see another button pop-up, that's the website's icon. So as I go and browse someplace else and I click on here, I now get a quick snap shot into that weather no matter where I am.
>> And Powerset has built technology that really brings search to the next step. So imagine that you wanna do a search for, say Henry VIII, which you can actually get, you know, for example information about when he was born, when he died and so on, but also the interesting thing is that you might have meant Henry VIII, the historical character, or you might have meant the play.
>> So the Car is really just to get people in to the booth, but it's a full-size F-1 simulator. I saw that you did drive it. You had a pretty good time.
>> In addition to the Formula 1 car here in the booth, Lenovo is launching six new flat screen monitors. This is the ThinkVision. It's 24-inch and it also comes in 22-inch. Again this is the ThinkVision line.
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