Tuesday, 5 Jun 2012
ASRock will showcase their fresh technology kits at the Computex 2012 including (but not limited to) motherboards such as the X79 Extreme11 and Z77 Extreme6/TB4, and HTPCs such as the VisionX series.
Experience Windows RT with the NVIDIA Tegra-Powered ASUS Tablet 600. The 600 comes with its keyboard dock with a track pad for productivity computing, at the same time extending the usage of the Tablet 600 with the dock's built-in battery.
An innovative new dual-display screen from ASUS, the Taichi is a lightweight ultrabook that features these LED-backlit IPS, full 1080p screens back-to-back. The Taichi blurs the line between an ultrabook and a tablet; it even takes that integration of the two to a new level.
With tablets being all the rage these days and Windows 8 just months away, Acer has announced two new Iconia tablets at Computex 2012 - the W510 and the W700. The latter is dubbed as the best performing Windows 8 tablet, so check out what's great about it.
Borrowing a page from high-end hyper cars, the Gigabyte X11 is the world's lightest ultrabook thanks to its full carbon fibre chassis.
Spotted at Computex 2012 was Gigabyte's soon to be released GeForce GTX 680 Super Overclock, which sports an outrageous custom cooler with quintuple fans.
Gigabyte has just announced three new Thunderbolt-enabled motherboards based on the new Intel Z77 chipset at Computex 2012.
Intel gave us an update of Thunderbolt technology's latest development in the industry today. However, not all devices are supported on the PC (yet).
Monday, 4 Jun 2012
Backed by the ECS Nonstop Certification, the card comes with a specifically-designed five heatpipe cooler, providing for better heat dissipation as compared to graphics cards from previous generations. It also features two new Anti-aliasing Modes, FXAA and TXAA, for smoother graphics with a minimal performance impact, and much more.
Part desktop AIO, part tablet, the ASUS Transformer AIO features an 18.4-inch, 10-point touch LED-backlit display and is powered by two operating systems in its sleek package. Choose between Windows 8 and Android seamlessly; ASUS has broken new ground by offering possibly the largest tablet now!