Six new Lumix cameras ranging from the consumer series to the prosumer class were revealed. Besides raising the standard specs, new features and an improved image processor were incorporated in some of them. The biggest highlight however, was the Lumix L1 DSLR camera - a first for Panasonic.
Included in Samsung's latest lineup at their annual roadshow was the world's smallest laser printer as well as a dazzling range of new monitors and notebooks. Their exclusive Q1 UMPC was also featured with a live demonstration. Join us as we bring you on a quick tour of the Samsung Roadshow 2006.
A hotbed for the latest technological advancements from Korea, SEK2006 also had the government's 'U-Korea Vision' and 'u-IT839 Strategies' as key agendas. Here's your chance to learn more about them and glimpse into the future of what to expect - all from our report straight from Seoul, Korea.
Pinned your hopes on getting one of those cool decked-out portable gaming machines that first debuted in the US? Start saving, as Dell will soon offer them in Asia as well. To give you a taste of what's to come, we take a look at the Dell XPS M1210 and XPS M2010, upfront and personal.
Creative has launched their latest iPod nano killer - the ZEN V series. The portable media player is capable of MP3, photo, video playback, and is also scratch-resistant as well. A hardy little gadget indeed.
The annual mobile phone frenzy period in the guise of CommunicAsia 2006 is here again. Major brands have converged under one roof to showcase their new and upcoming handsets. If you thought Motorola's SLVR is the slimmest phone yet, you will be in for a big surprise. So read on!
In our second part of the coverage, Samsung showcased more than 11 phones, some of which broke new world records! Find out more about these attention grabbing phones and some of the models we encountered at the show floor.
Paving the way for their appearance at CommunicAsia2006, Nokia stirred their fans and media with a showcase at Suntec City Convention Hall a day prior. Nokia unveiled a renewed category approach towards its customers themed "It's your world. Express It!".
Part 5 is a rather meaty one. Memory manufacturers A-Data, Geil and Twinmos are in and we have sneak peeks at DDR3. ATI and NVIDIA have their own agendas and we also looked at CMC Magnetics, Ritek, Toshiba, Global WIN, Transcend, Promise, SuperMicro as well as XFX. Enjoy.
Part 7 of our exhaustive Computex 2006 Taipei coverage sees us shifting our coverage forcus temporarily from motherboards, memory modules to more light-hearted products such as powerful PSUs, extraordinary computer chassis, and exotic cooling modules.
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