Items tagged with Computex Taipei

Acer plans to show off the first netbook that operates on Google's Chrome OS at a trade show in early June. According to various news reports, Acer will show the device at the Computex Taipei show on June 1-5. Acer hasn't confirmed these reports, but has said the company will be one of the first hardware manufacturers to offer a Chrome OS-based device. Google plans to release the OS in the later part of this year and has confirmed that Chrome OS-based netbooks will begin appearing by year's end. Announced late last year, the Chrome OS has become an attractive option to some manufacturers because... Read more...
More Computex coverage is available thanks to the folks over at Hardware Zone. From ABIT to Shuttle, there's more hardware than you can shake a stick at(really, that's a lot of hardware). "In part 6 of Hardware Zone's annual Computex Taipei coverage, we bring you goodies from ABIT, AMD, Apacer, ASRock, E-TEN, HIS, Kingmax, Palit, KYE (or otherwise known as the brand Genius), Leadtek, Shuttle and Thecus" One eye catching board on display is the Fatal1ty FP-A9D. The board uses Intel's 975X chipset with passive cooling, and sports four SATA 3G ports, two PCIe x 16 slots for CrossFire,... Read more...
As the title implies, TweakTown has a quick introduction to this year's Computex 2006 show in Taipei. From Intel to ATI, there should be some good hardware to get excited about this year. "For us, as an PC enthusiast consumer based computer website, we get excited about Computex because it is here we usually see a lot of cool new products which we can spend our pay checks on in the following months. This year is shaping up to be an interesting show which seems likely to be dominated by Intel and nVidia. AMD and ATI will be showing... Read more...