Comex 2007: The Full Monty!

Aigo, ASUS, AVG and Aztech Booths

Aigo's Booth

 The aigo A396+ digital photo frame offers video playback support in addition to displaying your photos with slide-show functionality, customizable background music, remote control function and supports multiple input formats such as SD/MMC/CF/XD/MS Pro and generic USB. The A396+ is a hot buy at Comex and the first 50 customers get a free 1GB dual interface SD/USB memory card.

 Big ticket items this Comex for aigo is their trio of pocket Video Players. The A576 is the latest addition to the series that comes with line-in recording functionality and digital voice recording. Buyers of the A576 can top up another S$10 to get a set of E023 travel speakers worth S$49. Another player on offer is the A578 multi functional player that has a large 2.4-inch TFT LCD, built-in camera, FM tuner, voice recording, photo slide-show and game functionality. Lastly, there is the petite A389 that supports video, audio, FM radio, photo browsing and an e-book reader.

ASUS' Booth

 Though they may not be the biggest LCD brand in the local market, ASUS has a comprehensive lineup and some very extremely attractive LCDs monitors on display at their booth.

 Gamers who have not abandoned their PCs for the console will find ASUS' G1 and G2 series of gaming notebooks to their taste. With a desktop class GeForce 8600M GT graphics chipset to complement its Core 2 Duo processor, these notebooks are fast and ready for the latest games. And only at Comex, limited quantities of a Sony PSP comes free with every purchase. That's not including the free notebook backpack and a 1600dpi mouse.

 Acer has Ferrari while ASUS has Lamborghini. This new ASUS notebook, the VX2S, is designed with the help of the super car manufacturer and underneath is gleaming exterior, you'll find the latest T7500 Core 2 Duo processor, up to 2GB of DDR2 RAM and a GeForce 8600M GT. ASUS also assures customers with a zero bright dot policy for its 15.4-inch display.

 The ASUS A8 series of notebooks are perfect for the average user, with prices ranging from $1798 to $2598, depending on the configuration. At the very least however, you'll get an Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 1GB of DDR2 RAM. This model shown here is the A8Sc, which comes with a discrete GeForce 8400M graphics chipset for $2298.

AVG's Booth

 Popular antivirus vendor AVG has its Internet Security product for sale at Comex. Home users can secure up to 3 computers for 2 years for $128 instead of the usual price of $142. Compared to the free downloadable version, the Internet Security package includes anti-spyware and malware capabilities, along with anti-spam and a firewall. There's also free tech support 24/7.

Aztech's Booth

 The new launch from Aztech, the 802.11n 4-port broadband router and 802.11n wireless USB 2.0 adapter, WL950USB costs $249.90 together. Go for it!

 This new product from Aztech, the 4-port wireless router, costs only $129.90. And it comes with free 802.11g wireless USB 2.0 adapter, WL635USB.

 For the 85Mbps Aztech HomePlug set, going for $118.90 per pair and the 200Mbps set going for $218.90 per pair; this promotion is too hard to miss. It offers an easy and fast cable-free solution for the home. So it's worth going down to Comex to get a pair for your home.