Computex 2011 – the annual technology expo in Taipei, Taiwan—is one of the top three IT events in the world and is held from May 31 to June 5. It attracted over 1800 exhibitors who share over 5200 booths between them, split between three halls in the Xinyi district of Taipei and the exhibition hall in the Nangang district. Attendees of COMPUTEX 2011 have an unprecedented opportunity to hear from industry visionaries and see public technology demonstrations.
A view shows the booths at the Computex 2011 computer fair in Taipei World Trade Center May 31, 2011.
MSI is also showing the latest stylish notebooks from the C-series and the new G-Series machines aimed at the mobile gamers and variety of tablet models including its new generation WindPad Series tablet. The G Series 17.3-inch GT780 and 15.6-inch GT683R gaming laptops shown at Computex 2011 feature Intel’s second gen Core i7 quad core processor, nVidia’s new generation top end discrete graphics card, and MSI’s own TDE overclocking technology. MSI will be parading its impressive R&D capabilities as it displays four major laptop series.
Asus introduces its Padfone, a combo of a tablet and a smartphone and a ultra slim notebook that measures just 17mm at its thickest part. ASUS unveils a number of ROG products – G74Sx gaming notebook powered by NVIDIA GTX 560M, CG8565 Gaming System watercooled, Maximus IV GENE-Z, Maximus IV Extreme-Z, Crosshair V Formula, MATRIX GTX580, MARS II. And Vulcan ANC gaming headset with active noise-cancelling technology. On top of the Eee Pad Slider shown off at CES back in January ASUS also announced the Eee Pad MeMo.
Gigabyte brings its S1080 slate-style tablet PC. The 10.1-inch device is powered by an Intel Atom N570 1.66GHz dual core processor and runs Windows 7. Gigabyte is thrilled to introduce a fantastic lineup of innovative notebook computers too.
Intel has decided to use Computex 2011 as its platform of choice to introduce their latest mobile computing effort in the form of a new category of laptops known as Ultrabooks and to unveil its next-gen processors based on the Ivy Bridge architecture.
NVIDIA displayed some Tegra 2 products and a new addition to the NVIDIA 3D Vision product family with the NVIDIA 3D Vision wired glasses.
Viewsonic announced two tablets that are not completely unfamiliar to us – the Viewpad 7x and ViewPad 10Pro. ViewSonic is making a run at being the first 7-inch tablet to ship with Android 3.0 Honeycomb.
Anadem is showing several notebook products featuring Intel’s latest Huron River platform with panel sizes ranging from 13.3-inch to 15.6-inch, while the company is also showcasing two notebook models adopting AMD’s Brazos platform at the show.
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