Welcome to Computex 2007
Computex is the biggest IT trade show in the world. It differs from the other major trade show – CeBIT – by being a media and buyer show rather than taking the open-to-everyone approach of the Hanover event. As a consequence of both this and the nature of the majority of Taiwanese businesses being focused on components, you’ll see fewer consumer products and more in the way of motherboards, graphics cards, RAM, CPU heatsinks, cases and so on.
Given that Taiwan houses all the major players in the motherboard and graphics card market, Computex is the ideal place to scope out new technologies that’ll be in your next PC and the trends that will shape the industry for the next six months to a year. There’ll also be keynote speeches from industry leaders such as Nvidia, ATi, Intel and AMD.
Set around the world’s tallest building – Taipei 101 – the four massive (thankfully air-conditioned) halls of Computex are packed with the latest technology. We’ll be updating you over the course of the three-day event, so keep checking back for news, ground-breaking products and the trends to watch out for.
For all the latest news and developments from Computex 2007 see: www.pcpro.co.uk/html/computex2007
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