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ATI to drop Down Under next week

Australian gardeners beware

So what is ATI planning to launch next week?

We've got one or two guesses of our own, but we'd love to hear from the horse's mouth what it's going to reveal to "the media, distributors, resllers and related industries" on Friday, 26 August 2005 at 6PM.

The event we've heard about is taking place in Olympic Park, Sydney. Bizarrely, the Park will be playing home to the ABC Gardening Australia Festival between 25 and 28 August. Perhaps CrossFire is to be renamed CrossPollination...

Whatever's announced, "ATI Promo Girls" will be on hand to smooth over any difficulties.

ATI, which this week celebrated its 20th birthday, has all sorts of interesting items up its corporate sleeve, not lest of which is the fabulous R520, which must rate alongside the Loch Ness Monster for so many headlines generated by so few sightings.

ATI Trade Event
Gardeners vs graphics cards...

The Friday event isn't open to the public, but they can attend on Saturday, 27 August, during the day. ®

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