In pictures: Synnex's Aussie roadshow

Aug 8, 2012
<h2>Synnex Alliance Roadshow- Sydney</h2>
Synnex's Alliance roadshow returned in 2012 for its sixth year running, travelling across Australia to showcase its vendor's products to resellers. The event kicked off in Perth on the 10th July, moved to Brisbane on the 25th, came to Sydney today, and will wind up in Melbourne on the 22nd August.
<p>Models strut their stuff on Innel's ultrabook catwalk.  
 

Synnex Alliance Roadshow- Sydney

Synnex's Alliance roadshow returned in 2012 for its sixth year running, travelling across Australia to showcase its vendor's products to resellers. The event kicked off in Perth on the 10th July, moved to Brisbane on the 25th, came to Sydney today, and will wind up in Melbourne on the 22nd August.

Models strut their stuff on Innel's ultrabook catwalk.

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