ECS is set to showcase a series of new products utilizing their proprietary Nonstop Technology.
Motherboards adopting the latest Intel and AMD platforms will be displayed with the introduction of the Nonstop Technology improving their durability and stability. Also, there will be a wide range of Thin Mini-ITX motherboards, as well as the ECS GeForce GTX 680 high-end graphics card.
Utilizing their Thin Mini-ITX motherboards, ECS will roll out the G24 series, a new line of AIO PCs supporting Windows 8. These 23.6-inch PCs are the latest customizable AIO systems which come with full HDMI capability, edge-to-edge 10-finger touch panel display, and plug-and-play HDD module.
Also, ECS will debut their Ivy Bridge Ultrabook UT40 Series which provides speedy boot-up and data transmission that are made possible with the integration of SSD drives and incorporating the USB 3.0 interface. Weighing at 1.9kg and measuring 21mm thin, they will include a 14-inch display with a native resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. These are definitely aimed at the value segment.
A portable wireless display adapter, the lightweight ECS Wi-Bridge connects your PC or notebook with an HDMI output display. Also compliant with the iOS and Android operating system, users can access content from almost any computing or mobile device using a remote control.
ECS will be located in the Nanyang Exhibition Hall 4F, Booth #L118 at the Computex 2012 which will be held on 5th to 9th June. Stay tuned for more updates from the editorial team when they are at the show floor.