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You've seen our coverage on the hardware and the gadgets. Now, it's time to sit back, relax and indulge your eyes as we present to you Computex 2008 - Babe Watch.
With the completion of our annual Computex coverage, we bring the latest and biggest bargains for the tech lovers out there with our customary preview for the upcoming PC Show. Before the mad rush begins, we take a little peek of the things to come over at Suntec City from the 12th to 15th of June, so hit the jump for the PC Show 2008 Preview!
It's that time of the year again, when the IT vendors flock to Taipei for the annual mega trade show that is Computex. This year, the show has increased in scale, with a new exhibition venue opening up for manufacturers to show their products. Join us as we take a whirlwind tour of this year's exhibits.
Our coverage of Computex 2008 continues with a look at both the newer Nangang Exhibition Hall and the older TWTC locations. Join us as we spot familiar names such as Coolermaster, Lian Li, VIA, Ikonik, Kingston, Patriot Memory and many others.
In part 3 of our Computex show floor coverage, we bring you a number of casings, PSUs, memory and flash product highlights from HEC, iCute, PNY, Ritek, Sunon, Super Flower, Team Group and Walton Chaintech.
More from the show floors of Computex 2008, as we scour the booths of Acer, Aopen, Compro, Elsa, Galaxy, Hitachi and Silverstone among others.
In this next part of our Computex 2008 coverage, we bring you the latest and greatest from Thecus, QNAP, Mio, Genius, Glofiish and GMC.
Continuing our coverage of Computex 2008 is part 6 of our walkabout through the vast exhibition halls in Taipei. This time around, we take a look at more casings, memory and heatsink coolers from Thermaltake, Xigmatek, Nanya, Qimonda, In Win, XFX and others.
At the midway point through Computex 2008, we have covered many brands in our previous articles but there are still more to look forward to. In this update, we take the best from DFI, ECS, Jetway, HIS, Super Talent, Synology, Zotac amongst others.
Sound buffs now have more choices with ASUSTek's latest entry into the 7.1 soundcard market: The ASUS Xonar DX.