Nagpur : The 27th edition of Comp-Ex was traditionally and ceremoniously inaugurated on Thursday at the hands of Dr Brijesh Dixit, MD, Maharashtra Metro Rail Corporation Limited, in the presence of Vidarbha Computer & Media Dealer’s Welfare Association’s (VCMDWA) office-bearers Rajesh Saboo – President; Dinesh Naidu – Secretary; Vinay Dhamadhikari – Vice President; Prashant Bulbule – Treasurer and Ranjit Umate – Joint Secretary; and Nikhil Gandhi, Sanjay Chaurasia, Lalit Gandhi all executive body member.
The five-day event being held at St. Ursula Girls’ High School Ground opposite old VCA Stadium, Civil Lines, Nagpur from January 10 to 14 is showcasing the ever dynamic advancements and cutting edge technology in the field of Information Technology ranging from the latest hardware to the application based software.
Top companies from the IT field are participating in the expo. Major and well-known players like Samsung India, HP, Wardwiz, Lenovo, Dell, Tally, Microsoft Surface etc. have their pavilions and stalls at Comp-Ex and giving information about the in-thing and new product launches. Products to meet every need and to suit every pocket can be explored at Comp-Ex.
To bring about awareness towards recycling of E-Waste, people depositing E-Waste would be eligible to free entry at Comp-Ex and will also be given a certificate as being E-Positive for the concern and action towards safe disposable and recycling of E-Waste. People bringing in larger volumes of E-Waste would get paid for the same at Rs 15 per kg. Anyone having old, useless, dumped E-Waste at his business premises or homes in excess of 50 kgs, Comp-Ex also offers a pick-up facility of any such large quantity E-Waste from the dump location, be it an office, factory or any residence.
On popular demand of the digi-sportsmen, Comp-Ex 2019 attraction for the young will be the Gaming Zone again this time. Comp-Ex will remain open for visitors every day from 12 noon to 9.00 pm.