The two-phase Global Sources Electronics show will roll out the latest gadgets and gizmos, plus must-see demo zones, new pavilions and conferences.
Volume buyers from more than 140 countries are expected to come to the spring edition of the world's largest electronics sourcing show.
The world’s largest electronics sourcing show, Global Sources Electronics, returns this April with more than 6,000 booths from China and other Asia suppliers.
The first phase runs from April 11 to 14 with 3,700 booths featuring the latest in consumer electronics, VR and gaming, components, and smart living. Buyers can look forward to 500 new exhibitors at the event, as well as the comeback of the Startup Launchpad and Experience Zones. Meanwhile, the Smart Living pavilion will put the spotlight on smart security, energy management, entertainment, appliances and gadgets.
The second phase, Mobile Electronics, kicks off on April 18 with 2,700 booths of smartphones and tablets, mobile VR/AR, wearable devices, and mobile accessories. This four-day exhibit will highlight Asia’s biggest mobile Virtual Reality pavilion, which will see 250 booths.
Show-goers can also expect speedy access to the most innovative releases through Analyst's Choice, a slew of preselected products that will give buyers insight into the electronics industry's hottest and most in-demand gadgets.
Buyers from more than 140 countries are expected to flock to the show, which will be held at the AsiaWorld-Expo in Hong Kong.