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Las Vegas, NV, United States, 2006/01/04 - Widely Popular IE-based, Customizable, Tabbed Browser is exhibiting with Microsoft at CES in Las Vegas.
Maxthon today announced that it is exhibiting together with Microsoft at CES in Las Vegas. Maxthon is based on Internet Explorer technology and provide users with a highly customizable tabbed browsing experience.
Maxthon is looking back at a very successful 2005 where it was awarded the Red Herring Asia 100 award, named by PC World magazine as one of the best 100 products and received official recognition from Microsoft as well as from leading Wall Street Internet Analysts.
Having passed 45 million downloads since the company was founded in Hong Kong 2003, Maxthon is quickly gaining popularity around the world.
Maxthon is characterized by its high level of customization, rich plug-in architecture, safety and speed. Maxthon offers users to define the way they want to surf the Internet.
The flexible Maxthon browser provides users with tabbed browsing, super drag & drop, high privacy and personal security, Ad Hunter, mouse gestures, RSS detection, build in RSS reader, Podcast support and much more.
“We are honored that Microsoft has invited us to exhibit with them as a partner at CES,” said Netanel Jacobsson, SVP and Partner at Maxthon. “It is an important recognition of us and our strong developer community, demonstrating the high quality and stability of the Maxthon browser. Exhibiting here at CES with Microsoft is the perfect starting point for our planned US expansion.”
Show attendees can visit Maxthon at Microsoft’s booth in the Central Hall.
Maxthon (maxthon.com) is an Internet Explorer-based, customizable tabbed browser. This year, it was awarded the Red Herring Asia 100 and named one of the best 100 products by PC World magazine. Maxthon has reached 45 million downloads since its launch. Publicly endorsed by Microsoft and leading Wall Street Internet analysts, Maxthon is rapidly gaining popularity all over the world.