Pre-COMPUTEX 2012 News Roundup
Computex 2012 News Highlights
NEWS / 05 Sep 2012
A red variant of Thermaltake's and BMW DesignUSA's Level 10 M gaming mouse was unveiled at their COMPUTEX 2012 press conference.
NEWS / 13 Jun 2012
KINGMAX has just announced a new USB flash drive that boasts the world's first transparent COB (Chip-on-Board). Packaged in a chassis featuring clear glass on the top, users will be able to see the inner workings of their flash drive as they use it.
As one of the 'Big Three' in hardware computing, GIGABYTE made a number of major announcements and new product releases at COMPUTEX 2012. Check out all of them here.
Despite the winds of change sweeping through the computing landscape as consumers place more emphasis over form and user experience, MSI's strong roots in this industry have only helped it adapt to the modern and more demanding users. We find out some of their new initiatives and products leading the charge from Computex.
The long-awaited Thunderbolt expansion card from ASUS has finally launched and we managed to take a closer look at this speedy connectivity option.
ASUS' new Xonar Phoebus gaming sound card includes a dedicated control box with dual noise cancelling microphone arrays that can reduce ambient noise by up to 50 percent. Find out how it works here.
To support the growing Windows 8 ecosystem, Freescale is developing a new 12-axis sensor platform exclusively for the new OS. Offering better control, power savings and cost effectiveness in a highly integrated package, we check it out at COMPUTEX 2012.
In addition to its MPower motherboard series, MSI will also be showcasing the Big Bang-XPower II, AMD FM2-series, as well as the Z77A-GD80 and Z77A-GD65.
We spotted MSI's unique GX60 gaming notebook at COMPUTEX, which features an A10-4600M APU with an AMD Radeon 7970M GDDR5 GPU.
In about 5 years or so, wireless charging on a variety of mobile devices could become a reality, thanks to Freescale and other players that are involved in the Wireless Power Consortium.
Compal's 11.6-inch hybrid tablet shows off AMD's proposition of balanced computing with a low-powered Trinity APU. Using Windows 8 and pairing with its keyboard dock, it instantly transforms to an 'ultrathin' notebook.
Kinect has evolved to be an incredible tool for a variety of commercial, industrial and research purposes. Microsoft demoed how Kinect can improve shopping experience virtually.
TP-Link took the plunge to make their wares more pleasing for their customers, showcasing a new range of routers and modem routers that feature a spaceship inspired design.
Apart from its motherboard, graphics card and notebook lineup, GIGABYTE also showcased other peripherals such as Aivia gaming keyboards and mice, as well as a new wireless HD video kit.
If you thought the Maximus V Formula was awesome, then the Extreme takes things to the next level, offering the most number of options for connectivity and expansion (five PEG slots), while also being the first ROG motherboard equipped with a Thunderbolt port.