Ideal Home Show Christmas launches with Technology and Gadget zone
The Ideal Home Show is launching a new Christmas show with a Live Technology and Gadget Zone. Running from November 16 to November 20th at London’s Earls Court, the show’s tech zone promises the opportunity for consumers to touch, test, and play with a huge variety of gadgets, home cinema equipment, mobile and 3D technology.
A central 3D Viewing Gallery will showcase a cinema style setup allowing a large number of visitors to view a range of 3D content, including sport, movies, animation and the arts. This will be supported by a further 3D Zone, showcasing the latest camera, projectors, televisions and much more.
The Gaming zone will also house the very latest in cutting-edge gaming technology, giving visitors the chance to sample all of the top consoles and games. There’s also a Toy Zone, featuring a wide range of executive and grown-up toys, alongside the hottest picks for the kids this Christmas.
Fronting the tech zone will be The Gadget Show’s Suzi Perry. Suzi will be on hand guiding people on the best gadget and gizmo purchases for the season ahead including those ideal Christmas gifts for loved ones.
The Ideal Home Show at Christmas is aimed at people who are keen to see, try and buy the latest must have home, interior and technology products, whilst gaining expert advice from over 500 exhibitors bringing together every element of the home under one roof. The new Christmas home event is expected to attract over 60,000 visitors across five days.
It will open its doors for 5 days from 16th -20th November 2011, at London’s Earls Court. Open daily from 10am-6pm, Late Night Thursdays open until 9pm. Tickets can be either booked online or by calling the Ticket Hotline on 0844 209 7330, or for further information visit the website . 50p per ticket sold goes to the Ideal Homes For Heroes appeal supporting ABF The Soldiers’ Charity.
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