- Event Coverage
Our coverage of Computex 2009 here in Taipei is almost complete, but we're still not done! Here's are goodies coming your way from Artic Cooling, Cooler Master, Synology, Zalman, Zotac and more.
It has been a long hectic week so far for Team HardwareZone at Computex 2009. But it's not all toil and sweat. As is our tradition, we have captured some of the interesting sights that distracted us from our labors. Take a short break from the usual tech hardware coverage.
We plunge into the heart of the components section at Computex 2009 with this tour of memory, power supply units and chassis manufacturers. Along the way, we popped in at two ATI stalwarts, PowerColor and Sapphire to find out what they have in store.
Our first stop in our annual pilgrimage to the ICT trade show of the year - Computex 2009 - at MSI's impressively large booth, where the main focus was its ultra-slim notebooks and touch-enabled all-in-one PCs.
We scope out the action at the ASUS press event where they announced the launch of their new ultrathin notebook series before heading over to their booth where we found yet more goodies on display that left us wanting more.
'Twas the day before Computex and NVIDIA made news with a public demonstration of their GPUs taking great performance advatage with Windows 7, right out of the box. Here's our video coverage of the event.
At the recent "Touch the Future. Now." event at Beijing, HP unveiled a plethora of products ranging from mini-notebooks to eco-friendly desktop PCs. Check out the sexy new HP Mini 110 mini-notebooks that's set to hit stores at the end of this month.
It's that time of the year again where PC show is just around the corner. Anticipating it, we recently invited the community to PlayTest #3, where participants get to try the latest tech gadgets and get expert opinions. In this edition, we focused on photography and videography and here are some of the highlights in case you missed it. Video coverage included!
LG wants consumers to be 'emotionally attached' to their brand name. That's their current objective. To further impress their mark in the AV arena, they've readied a volley of flat-panel TVs and Blu-ray entertainment systems for you. If you proclaim yourself to be a home-theater buff, why not attach yourself here?
Intel's success so far in dominating the processor industry is not just due to the performance of their chips, but their success in cultivating their partners. We join them in Gold Coast Australia as they share their insights and new products for the channel market that's bound to enrich consumer offerings.
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