From the beginning until the end, we keep you posted on the latest happenings at Computex 2012, Asia's largest and most vibrant ICT trade show which started on June 5. Amid the deluge of Computex-related news and articles last week, we're pretty sure that you've missed some of them, so here's a look back at the highlights and sidelights of last week's big event!
New notebooks and desktops are on sale now featuring Intel's third generation Core i3/i5/i7 processors. We put together the things that consumers need to know about Intel's latest computing platform and the relevant products featuring them.
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.
Gigabyte's G1.Killer series of gaming motherboards joins the Ivy Bridge party with the third incarnation of the G1.Sniper. Looks-wise, it is less intimidating than its predecessors, but how does it fare in terms of performance? Find out in this review.
Intel's anticipated third generation of processors are finally out and the procession of platforms that support them has started. Beginning with one of the first Z77-based motherboards that landed in our test lab, here is our take on the ASUS Maximus V GENE.
The ECS Z77H2-AX motherboard features the Intel Z77 Express chipset and hails from its illustrious high-end Black Series. This Golden Edition Z77 variant drew much attention with its gilded components set against its jet-black PCB. Read on to discover the richness of this board!
Featuring the Intel Z77 Express chipset, the ECS Z77H2-AX motherboard hails from the illustrious Black Series. This Golden Edition Z77 variant drew much attention with its gilded components set against its jet-black PCB. Read on to discover the richness of this board!
The ASUS ROG Maximus V Gene is a microATX board featuring the Intel Z77 Express chipset along with exclusive features like the mPCIe Combo expansion card that allows the Maximus V Gene to be fitted with an mSATA SSD and/or a mini-PCIe add-on card.
The MSI Z77A-GD65 is a good looking board featuring the Intel Z77 Express chipset and boasts of MSI's Military Class III components for reliability and durability. If you've not seen it yet, now's your chance to get acquainted with the board and start your countdown to the availability of Ivy Bridge CPUs.
Despite news of the delayed volume shipments of successor CPUs to the current Sandy Bridge processors, we press ahead with our sneak peek of a board featuring the upcoming Intel Z77 Express chipset - the ASUS P8Z77-V Deluxe. With or without the processors, the show must go on!