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In this update of Computex Taipei 2007, we bring you the lifestyle side of ASUS with their notebooks, handheld and entertainment devices. We also cover Casetech, Global WIN, Hitachi, Transcend, Thermaltake, Lobos, CMC, Prodisc, Optodisc, Promise, SuperMicro and Point of View, so click on.
More coolers, PSUs, chassis and memory sightings from Computex 2007. In this update, we saw products from AcBel, Albatron, G.Skill, Patriot, Seasonic, SilverStone, Titan and XFX, to name but a few. Dive right into the crowded halls of Taipei now.
Part 7 of our Computex Taipei 2007 coverage takes you through Apacer, Artic Cooling, ASRock, ECS, Galaxy, HIS, PQI, Qimonda, Super Talent, Sunon, Vantec and Zalman among others. In this update, you'll see alot more memory products, cooling solutions, and upcoming components.
Computex Taipei 2007 is upon us and today marks the first day of Asia's largest ICT trade show. www.hardwarezone.com brings you the first chapter of our ongoing coverage of this event with products from Foxconn, ASUS, Acer, AVerMedia, AVLab, Compro and Chimei.
Our coverage continues with our visits to abit, Gigabyte and DFI booths, along with a number of sidetracks to Microsoft, Sparkle and Triplex. Find out what these companies have in store for the coming months and beyond.
In Part 3 of our Computex 2007 coverage, we take a look at what Foxconn's been tinkring about in R&D. We also visit Elsa, FIC, Jetway, Luxpro, PowerColor, Sumicom, Vosonic and VIA. Continue your Computex Taipei 2007 tour right here.
The Creative Xmod Wireless Music System can turn your home into a true wireless entertainment centre, and it also lets you to say goodbye to long and messy audio cables.
NVIDIA's finest is here in the form of MSI's GeForce 8800 Ultra. Find out more about the most powerful and expensive graphics card now.
HP's largest ever notebook, the Pavilion HDX Entertainment notebook with a 20.1-inch widescreen display has landed in our labs with a resounding thud that only 7kg of sleek metal and plastic will have. Find out more about this giant notebook in our preview.
Foxconn's P35A is in all ways an introductory budget offering based on the new Intel P35 chipset. However, it does come with a full set of features that includes dual PCIe x16 slots for CrossFire capabilities, an unusual implementation for a low-end board no doubt. Check out our preview right here.