Mark H. Anbinder
Adam Engst, our faithful Editor, said last year's Macworld Boston show made 1990 the "year of the upgrades." With the introduction of System 7, this years' Expo could best be called Upgrade II..
Those attending the show to see the latest in video and multimedia were not disappointed.
The hit of the show for integrated media professionals came from Alias Research Inc., who demonstrated "the world's first freeform 3D illustration and design package," Alias Sketch[tm]
Don't get us wrong, there was lots to see and do at the Macworld Expo this time around. A number of nifty new products and a whole host of updates to old acquaintances
For those of you who couldn't attend, and as a recap for those of you who could, here are some of the high points - and a few low points - from Macworld San Francisco '91
Apple recently announced a delay in the hoped-for updated version of its Macintosh Portable computer system, originally scheduled for release at this Macworld Expo
Among the product categories that were evident at Macworld, if you took the trouble to categorize things, were neat networking products. None of them were earth-shattering, but each takes us a step forward in Macintosh networking.
Closest to earth-shattering, I suppose, is Apple's new line of Ethernet products, which set a new standard for ease of installation and flexibility