I’m a gadget-oriented kind of guy, so I was looking forward to find
some cool gadgets on the COMPUTEX 2010 trade show floor. Some of the
techie highlights from Pixel Qi, Arctic, Choiix, Cooler Master, Add On
Technology, Qualcomm, and Lenovo were very impressive. Let’s check out
some of these cool gadget innovations!
Almost every floor at the Grand Hyatt in Taipei has secret rooms, packed full of technological goodies. With a blatant disregard for the state of our shoe-leather, KitGuru plodded each and every floor to find the very coolest info for our readers. Once you find a room, it’s not always immediately obvious what the best product in that room is. But then you find it. And you know. Oh yes. You know.
There are thousands of new cases on show here at Computex 2010. Some are so horrific that we can’t bear to show you. Others test the word ‘new’ in a very sad and un-innovative way. However, on the Inwin stand, we found a pair of beauties that any KitGuru would be happy to own [based on looks alone. Remember - they might be horrible in real world use - Ed].
The whole iPad phenomenon has grabbed the world by the short and curlies in an amazing way. KitGuru got one of these amazing devices airlifted from the States WAY before the official launch date in the UK, simply because we could not keep our hands off it. The device is awesome – so can anything stand in its way? We slipped into MSI’s private booth at Computex 2010 to see.
In the VIP suite on the 36th floor of the world famous Taipei 101 tower, Gigabyte had a huge selection of new products laid out in front of KitGuru’s eyes. Eager to snap every new product in site, we were drawn primarily to the graphic cards. After our ears stopped popping from the rapid ascent, we decided to start by analysing Gigabyte’s GTX465 design.
At Computex 2010 we managed to find ECS Elitegroups booth by keeping our eyes open and finding a booth back to help guide us to our destination. Once there we found that ECS was showing off everything from new tablets to 3D touch screen systems. It turns out that ECS has also updated their Black Edition motherboard series and now feature more of and black and gray motif.
"ECS was showing a number Sandy Bridge CPU ready motherboards at Computex under their popular Black Series of motherboards. Intel 'Sandy Bridge' is the code name for the companies upcoming mainstream 32nm processor that will be paired with new H67 and P67 chipset. Upcoming LGA 1155 Sandy Bridge processors are due next year, but with boards showing up this early it is a good sign that the processors are on track and might even show up early if needed..."
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Re: Computex 2010 roundup by Anonymous on Saturday, June 05 2010 @ 15:21:07 CEST
who don't you rename this site to kitguru -- sheesh ..