Click above to buy this Groupon for general admission to the Macworld 2010 Expo. Buy here for a $50 one-day Users Conference ticket to the Macworld 2010 Expo ($105 value).
Now that iTransfiguration has transformed your personal computer into a MacBook Pro, your cassette player into a shiny iTouch, and your keyboard's control key into a pointless hunk of plastic, get some Apple learning under your Internet-ready iBelt with today's Groupon. For $10, you get three-day general admission ($25 value) to the Macworld 2010 Expo. You also have the option to purchase a $50 Users Conference one-day pass that scores you access to special feature presentations (a $105 value). This year's MacWorld runs from February 9 to February 13 at the Moscone Center.
Macworld is one of the year's premier technology events, spanning five days of innovative, consumer-ready, new technology revealed with jubilant pizzazz. The company that makes machines Ben Franklin would fill with low-bitrate music, were he alive today has been preparing to present its newest line of computer products, laptop upgrades, new species of iPhones, and much more. Your ticket will also let you sit in on a series of seminars on Thursday and Friday, February 11 and 12, including a Best of Show demonstration, Q&A with Kevin Smith, 20th Anniversary Celebration of Photoshop, and more.
While the $10 expo ticket will grant you admission to the frenzy of excitement and parade of new wares on the floor level, the $50 Users Conference opens up a larger sphere of information for the true techies in the crowd. Choose which day you would prefer to attend from February 11–13 and learn how to be a savvier Mac operator. Witness in-depth tutorials on how to incorporate Macs into the office, as well as how to use your music, picture, and video programs to their fullest. Or witness the future of computers in the classroom as new technological achievements such as iSosceles Triangles and iBullies aid in the education of younger generations.
See the forthcoming waves of new metallic toys before anyone else, and immediately blog about the future from your mobile device. Today's Groupon lets you ride above the wave of Mac-ies who will flood the yearly conference like so many megabytes of illegally downloaded movies.
This blogger caught the Macworld 2009 action last year, and left as one very impressed Applehead:
- Macworld was very cool…There’s something about being part of an event where so many (think 10’s of thousands) true fans of a company and its products get together for a giant check-out-this-new-feature, new product, new color, new sound love fest. You just can’t not get fired up by that. – Zippy the Answerdog
Each year, thousands of fans of Apple products power down their MacBooks to attend the Macworld/iWorld expo, an event dedicated to using, appreciating, and admiring Apple products and their surrounding culture. The expo features main events such as a hall buzzing with more than 250 exhibitors, including iOS and OS X developers sharing their latest projects and magical spells. Every attendee can also view their array of tech displays such as an iPad-sketch station and an iPhone-photography gallery. The expo has two live stages housing musical performances, podcasts and demos. Visitors can also create their own games such as bobbing for iPods, or attend special events, which have included a concert by Little Feat and an iPhone film festival.