Futurelooks dropped in on OCZ Technology to see what they had for us for COMPUTEX 2011. Alex Mei, the company’s Chief Marketing Officer, took us through some interesting products that launched exclusively at COMPUTEX 2011.
AMD has been quiet for a little bit as INTEL rolled out their Z68 Series Boards. But now it’s time for AMD to make a little noise of their own. GIGABYTE’s Colin Brix takes us through their new AMD 990FX motherboards which supports all of Bulldozer’s 8-Cores on the new AM3+ socket. We talk specifically about their GA-990FXA-UD7 and the new GA-A75-UD4H Llano platform based on the L2 socket and A75 processor.
Remember a couple years ago when Asus tried to ride the popularity of the Nintendo Wii by coming out with something that look eerily similar to the Wii Remote and Nunchuk? I think it was called the Eee Stick or something. Well, you know Kinect for Xbox 360 has been doing reasonably well? It looks like Asus wants a piece of that motion-sensing pie too.
The Sapphire stand was buzzing yesterday and we managed to get some shots of the Sapphire Pure Black 990FX-N motherboard which looks to continue Sapphire’s excellent series of Pure Black products. Kitguru has already reviewed the Pure Black boards for both P67 and X58 platforms, so we are looking forward to seeing the new AMD Pure Black product in action.
Futurelooks stops by GIGABYTE’s private meeting suites high above the show at Taipei 101 where Nick Kanter of GIGABYTE’s Taiwan Notebook division was waiting to show us the new hotness.
Two new products stuck out in our coverage including the highly anticipated S1080 BookTop and the docking M2342 notebook. Nick also showed us their power house P2532 multimedia notebook. Here’s a quick rundown of what we saw.