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Meetings During the Week 26 - 31 October 2015

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Hello and Welcome,
Alex Zaharov-Reutt's message to members about this month's Main Meeting is below.
Tuesday 27 October - MAIN Meeting - 5:30pm - 8:30pm
It's our second last Main Meeting of the year, and we're going to find out at the second last minute who our presenter will be.
On Monday, we'll find out if Intel is able to present its brand new 6th-generation range of Intel Core i-Series processors - more powerful than ever before while using ever lower amounts of power for every longer portable battery life.
If Intel can come, we'll have an updated newsletter on Monday.
If not, I'll be at the Main Meeting to give a presentation to show you the following technologies:
- The new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus models and the pressure sensitive screen;
- The Samsung Gear S2 Round smart watch vs the Apple Watch; and
-  We will take a look at Microsoft's new Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book.
So, check your email tomorrow to see which presentation you'll get, and as always, there will be some prizes - and the usual segments.
See you on Tuesday!
John Mathews

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