It really seems like ASUS is a company that is able to attack any area of the market these days and their announcements from Computex go a long way to proving this. We've go info about everything from smartphones and tablets to speakers and a new version of the O!Play..
Enermax has some big plans plans for the coming months. Particularly interesting is their PSU roadmap that shows a PSU series that will feature substantially higher than 87% efficiency and some slick looking cases.
This year Thermaltake has their entire array of products laid out at their booth at the Nangang conference hall. Front and center is a custom painted LvL 10 case that is slick enough to make almost anyone envious. Behind it was sitting Thermaltake's new Armor A30 LAN gaming case. Check out our video from their booth of their new products.
The opening ceremony for Computex 2010 was very exciting with the lineup of the who's who of the Computex VIPs and one very special guess, the President of the Republic of China (Taiwan), Dr. Ying-Jeuou Ma. Several of the speeches included the success of Computex Taipei very successful history which has reached its now 30th anniversary.
What better way to start off Computex than by visiting one of Taiwan's own, TITAN Technology, better known as TITAN Cooler. The main product TITAN is showing off at the show is an update to its critically-acclaimed Fenrir heat pipe CPU coolers, the Fenrir EVO. The Fenrir EVO, or TTC-NK85TZ/CS2(RB), is similar to earlier versions, featuring four 8mm direct-contact heat pipes, but contains a new 12cm fan that sports nine kukri-shaped blades, operating at a mere 15dBA at 800RPM.
Gigabyte put a lot of effort into showcasing some of their latest products at Computex 2010 this year. Starting from one of the latest and most powerful motherboards, the GA-X58A-UD9 motherboard. What's special about this motherboard is that it is able to run up to 4-way nVidia GeForce cards in SLI or 4-way ATI Radeon cards in CrossFireX configuration. The GA-X58A-UD9 motherboard also fully supports USB 3.0 and SATA III 6Gbit/s transfer speeds, as well as Intel's new unlocked Core i7 processors.