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Post-National Day Special: GIGABYTE Power Users’ Gathering

CDL Trading Pte. Ltd., distributor for GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD. products in Singapore, invited GIGABYTE’s Technical Marketing Manager to showcase GIGABYTE’s latest technology focus and demonstrate the recently-launched Cloud OC to our local PC hardware enthusiasts. Food and drinks included, of course.

10 August 2010 – CDL Trading Pte. Ltd., distributor for GIGA-BYTE TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD. products in Singapore, invited GIGABYTE’s Technical Marketing Manager, Rockson Chiang, to showcase GIGABYTE’s latest technology focus and demonstrate the recently-launched Cloud OC.
All these were taking place at a restaurant serving Thai cuisine at Summer View Hotel located along Bencoolen Street, better known as D’Lemon 3 Thai Kitchen & Cafe. Before you pick up that piece of Khao Niao Mamuang, dear reader, you might wish to read up on GIGABYTE’s recent developments in Cloud & Hotkey OC, as well as the GIGABYTE Technology Seminar where we first witnessed working demonstrations of the concept.
Bringing mainboard expertise everywhere he goes; Rockson has quite a long history with the PC hardware industry.
Rockson took the opportunity to give a short presentation about what GIGABYTE has been actively marketing in recent days. Hotkey OC, Cloud OC might be the focus of the day, but he did not fail to mention SuperSpeed USB, 3x USB Power Boost, and Unlocked Power too.
Rockson ends the presentation with a twist; the demonstration setup was remotely shut off via Cloud OC capabilities on his Apple iPad, drawing “oohs” and “ahhs” from the transfixed audience.

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