Sharp shapes up for market expansion

Sharp will be debuting its UM-10 notebook, FAX21 facsimile and AJ-1100 Inkjet Printer at this year’s show as it aims to educate users in its technology and demonstrate its latest line-up of Sharp Digital products at this year’s show.

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By  Peter Conmy Published  August 30, 2001

Sharp will be debuting its UM-10 notebook, FAX21 facsimile and AJ-1100 Inkjet Printer at this year’s show as it aims to educate users in its technology and demonstrate its latest line-up of Sharp Digital products at this year’s show.

Old favourites will also make an appearance, including the company’s digital copiers and printers, PC notebooks, LCD projectors and monitors and its heralded 60-inch projection TV.

Sharp Middle East FZE is looking to build on its regional success at Gitex as it attempts to penetrate the Pakistan and central Asia markets from its local base.

“Sharp Corporation believes in not just being a corporate expanding its production, [but it] realises what a great deal it owes to the [Middle East] in return. [The company also wants] to be involved in creating awareness among citizens and residents of the UAE on environmental issues,” says the company.

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