Want to find out about the latest and greatest technology products due to be released this year? If so, you might want to attend this month’s meeting of the Princeton MacIntosh Users Group.
Group member Bill Achuff will give a report on Tuesday, February 12, at 7:30 p.m. on this year’s International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which was held from January 7 to 9 in Las Vegas. The meeting, held at Stuart Hall, Room 6, Princeton Theological Seminary, is free to attend. Go to pmug-nj.org for more information.
The 2013 CES, attended by Achuff, featured more than 3,000 exhibitors who showcased a wide range of products including 3D, accessories, audio, automotive electronics, embedded technology, lifestyle electronics, wireless, and wireless devices.
“Bill will share with us the unique, emerging and maturing technologies he’s recently seen, and what others have seen, that will become part of our lives in the years ahead,” says a release from PMUG.
Achuff, a Philadelphia-based independent photographer for newspapers, magazines, and websites, also teaches and writes about his craft, and has managed several photography Meetup groups. “The first camera Bill reviewed was the Sony Mavica released in 1981,” says the PMUG release. “But his interests with regard to gadgetry extend beyond photography.”
Before pursuing photography as a career, Achuff co-founded User Group Alliance, produced more than a dozen MacDinners, and co-produced the Macintosh Users Networking Party.
The meeting will also feature “PMUG Answers,” a question and answer session at 6:30 p.m. before the general meeting.