Event Coverage: Computex 2012
Computex 2012 News Highlights
REVIEW / 14 Aug 2012
Gigabyte also joins the parade of Thunderbolt-equipped motherboards with the Z77X-UP5TH. But digressing from the typical, the company has equipped the board with, not just one, but two Thunderbolt connectors. Find out the more about the design and features of this motherboard by reading the article.
NEWS / 31 Jul 2012
During Davao Cyber Expo 2012 last week, ASUS Philippines took the event as a timely opportunity to showcase its top-end ROG Maximus V Extreme motherboard.
NEWS / 18 Jul 2012
AMD is rumored to begin production of its 2nd generation FX CPUs based on "Piledriver" architecture in Q3 2012. It is purported to deliver a performance boost of 15 percent over the Bulldozer-based CPUs.
NEWS / 06 Jul 2012
REDFOX, the first Filipino laptop and PC system brand, is making their 2012 remarkable by holding events that doesn't only promote their products but also help other people in the process. This year, REDFOX conquered Computex 2012, launched eco-friendly products, and honored a teacher for her deeds.
NEWS / 15 Jun 2012
Apacer, one of the big Taiwanese makers of memory modules and Flash storage, showcased their new wares for consumers at their booth in the Computex 2012 trade show.
FEATURE / 15 Jun 2012
In this short interview, Mr. George Su, the new Country Manager of ASUS Philippines, talks about his thoughts about the Philippine market and the new products which ASUS unveiled at Computex 2012.
FEATURE / 13 Jun 2012
At Computex 2012, we sat down with Kingmax's Lawrence Chang, Senior Vice President for Sales and asked him about the trends that are affecting the global SSD market.
Zotac is unusual in that in while most motherboard and graphics cards manufacturers are based in Taiwan, they are based in Hong Kong. The company has been only been around for around 6 years but they have been making some of the most interesting products around.
Spotted at Microsoft's booth at Computex 2012, the Toshiba U840W Ultrabook features an ultra widescreen with an aspect ratio of 21:9 - now, that's wide. The screen measures 14.4-inches with a resolution of 1792 x 788 pixels. More specs are on the article.
Modems, routers and switches are probably some of the most tucked away critical equipment. However with much more interestingly designed products these days, you might want to reconsider their placements. TP-Link shows off the futuristic designs of their new routers over at Computex 2012.
Ivy Bridge processors have been installed in various compact computing units. Intel aids this progress by their very own Next Unit of Computing that fits comfortably in your palm, and yet packs an Ivy Bridge CPU. Read on fore more information.
Gigabyte doesn't only manufacture the usual motherboards, graphics cards, and notebooks. They just showcased their new gadgets at the recently-concluded Computex 2012 which includes gaming keyboards, mice, and a new wireless HD video kit.
Today, Kinect isn't limited to just video game use. Microsoft recently demonstrated to the public how you can use Kinect for a fitting room right inside your house. They aim to improve shopping experience virtually to even rival in-store shopping experience. Read on for more details.
In addition to the MPower series motherboards, MSI also showcased the Big Bang-XPower II, AMD FM2-series, as well as the Z77A-GD80 and Z77A-GD65.
FEATURE / 09 Jun 2012
During Computex, ASUS manifested its intent to promote Thunderbolt technology across its computing products. In line with this purpose, the Taiwanese IT giant introduced the ThunderboltEX expansion card that will allow users to add a Thunderbolt port to their compatible Z77- or H77-based ASUS board.