Mr Blurrycam has struck once again, although it's not as bad as sometimes and it gives us a pretty good overview of Asus' upcoming Crosshair V Formula motherboard based on the AMD 990FX chipset, especially in combination with the specifications that leaked earlier. It confirms the four x16 PCI Express slots, but unlike the Gigabyte 990FXA-UD7,
At this rate we won't have many AM3+ motherboards left to cover come Computex, as evidently close to every single board has already leaked ahead of the show. Today it's ECS' A990FXM-A that's turned up on a Thai forum and we're looking at a pretty high-end board, especially for ECS.
It's no big secret that Asus is going to be unveiling new tablets at Computex, but now the first details are starting to trickle out. Asus' Tech in Style website has put up a trio of pictures of what is said to be a new tablet that doesn't look anything like the models Asus has
It looks like we can expect to see an AMD Brazos notebook from Jetway at Computex, powered by an AMD E-350 APU. Jetway is following in MSI's footsteps and is launching a 13.3-inch model, although surprisingly Jetway's Ecomani EM130A as the notebook is known as is offering a better feature set than MSI's X370.
So far ECS is the only motherboard manufacturer to officially reveal some of its upcoming products for Computex, while pretty much everything else has been leaks. However, now ASRock has launched its Computex portal and we're looking at a pretty interesting selection of new products being showcased.
Ah, the first Computex press releases are starting to come in and one of the first companies to gives us a glimpse at what will be on display during the show is Cooler Master. This year things will be a little bit different though, as the center stage of Cooler Master's booth will be taken
If you've never heard of CUPP Computing, don't despair, as the company has as yet not launched a single product. However, CUPP Computing will be showing off its new PunkThis Hybrid PC module at Computex in less than two weeks' time and it really could change the way that we use our notebooks.
Word has it that Asus will showcase its GTX 595 Ares at Computex 2011. The dual-GF110 card is rumoured to have clockspeeds even higher than those of the single-GPU GTX 580.
Only a couple of days ago ViewSonic launched its ViewPad 4 and now we have rumours about a new 7-inch tablet from the company that will allegedly go under the name ViewPad 7x. It doesn't seem to have much in common with the original ViewPad 7 beyond the size of the screen, although we're
It looks like MSI is spending more and more resources on its mobile products and apparently we can look forward to MSI's first Android tablet at Computex, alongside an AMD Brazos powered tablet and several new notebooks. The first of MSI's new notebook products have already been announced, including the upgraded FX series, the new
AMD's extraordinary schedule for June kicks off at Computex 2011, Taipei, where AMD A-Series will be announced, alongwith the VISION 2011 branding. AMD 900 Series chipsets will also be announced. These three announcements will be held on June 1st. Fast forward to the next week, and E3 2011 – AMD will announce the FX-Series brand
Since Intel Z68 Express chipset is coming out around the corner, motherboard makers has turned their attention to the X79 Express chipset and planned to showcase the boards during COMPUTEX Taipei 2011. If you are lucky enough, you can catch some running demos somewhere. Intel X79 boards will be ready as early as August
NVIDIA plans to launch their Desktop Optimus a.k.a Synergy at COMPUTEX Taipei this coming June and the best thing is that it is available freely and no license agreement is needed. This technology works pretty much similar to LucidLogix's Virtu where it allows dynamic swapping between iGPU and dGPU based on the application's nature and
Today the Gold and Silver awards in the Taiwan Excellence Awards were announced and VR-Zone was on location in Taipei. The awards are very prestigious in Taiwan and this year was the 19th year that TAITRA arranged the awards. All the big names like Asus, D-Link, Gigabyte, MSI and VIA were in the running for the
It is not quite Computex yet but we are given a sneak peek of the show girls at their local PC exhibition. We are pretty sure some of them will be present at the main Computex Taipei show in June 2011 and we can expect alot more so stay tune for our Computex Show Girls coverage.
A recent survey conducted by The Taipei Computer Association (TCA) shows that the recent Japan earthquake did affected the exhibitors' confidence slightly. A survey conducted on international buyers shows similar result. Overall, the COMPUTEX Exhibitors Index (CEI) is still good standing. There is one sector remains unshaken, which is the PC system and photo-electronics where
COMPUTEX TAIPEI is expected to further expand upon the latest ICT trends displayed at CES and CeBIT by offering a real marketing platform for such products as Tablet PCs, e-books, Smart Phones, 3D Tech and Cloud Computing. Meanwhile ICT giants such as Intel and Microsoft are ready to announce their leading-edge technologies with manufacturers