Good points: the New Mac Road Show booths were open on all sides, allowing a large number of people to see the various displays with little effort. There were some nice subtle touches, too: the booth table tops were painted in Apple's corporate colors. Note, too, the footstool used by the kid in the lower left.
On the "bad" side: there were no high-end Power Macs. Tyson's Galleria attracts an upscale crowd, and many visitors wanted to see the screamingly fast extremes rather than the consumer-oriented practical.
Revised October 25, 1997 lic
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