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.
Though the Radeon HD 4000 series is still under wraps, AMD still had other new stuff at their booth to show like an array of AMD 790GX motherboards and Turion X2 Ultra based notebooks. So step right in to get acquainted with these new offerings.
MSI's booth is certainly bigger this year with more products than ever. Catch their latest products here in our complete coverage of MSI's booth at Computex 2008.
Sound buffs now have more choices with ASUSTek's latest entry into the 7.1 soundcard market: The ASUS Xonar DX.
Gigabyte's staggering number of motherboards on display at Computex 2008 made us dizzy but besides that, there are lots of other products at its booth, which shows the diversity of the brand. Join us as we kick off the 1st day with a look at Gigabyte's latest.
It's definitely been a busy first day at Computex 2008 for ASUS as they lead the netbook charge with a new revision to their ever popular Eee PC series. Join us as we take you to their official launch of the Eee PC 901/1000 and then a tour around their ever crowded booths here in Taipei.
Computex 2008 is just a day away and on our pre event tour around the exhibition halls, we spied a whole bunch of netbooks just screaming for your attention. Check out our sneak peek of these upcoming netbooks from the various vendors.
Marrying affordability with quality, the Samsung i8 compact digital camera is jam packed with features for all your multimedia needs.
Despite the lack of profits for the last few quarters, AMD's competitive position today is perhaps the strongest ever in the last two years and that's just based on recent developments. We've got some interesting details of the company's current and upcoming plans for their desktop, mobile and handheld platforms, so read on.