2014 Dates Announced!
January 31, February 1 & 2, 2014
Registration is now open!
A technology conference for computer users of all capabilities. If you’re an early adopter, interested in current and technology, enthusiastic supporter of consumer technology, computer club leader, member, or someone who wants to learn more about what’s available in the marketplace, then you should be at this conference.
Whether you use a PC, MAC, tablet or some other device, there will be something of interest for you. Join other users to learn more about your device. You can do way more than email and research on the Internet and we’d like to help you learn how.
Come back to this website often as plans unfold for specific workshops .
January 31, February 1&2, 2014
Learn about the latest technology by attending informative seminars
Attend the Vendor Expo and purchase the latest and greatest the industry has to offer
Get up close and personal with vendors who can’t wait to tell you about their latest product
Network with leaders in the field
Raffles, door prizes, special pricing and goodie bags
Arizona Golf Resort
425 South Power Road
Mesa, AZ 85206
To review Presentations and Photos from the April 2013 conference, click here.
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