Computex 2012

June 13, 2012
If you've owned computers long enough, you probably have a spare hard drive or two hanging around. Perhaps you've upgraded your notebook from hard drive to SSD or pulled an 80GB drive from a now-useless desktop.
June 10, 2012
Good enough to serve as an entertainment system for a dorm room or small living room, ASUS's N Series of multimedia notebooks have long impressed with their unique looks and strong sound systems. The ...
June 10, 2012
Whether you're using a media center PC from 10 feet away or typing into a tablet that's right in front of you, Genius's upcoming Touchpad Plus Keyboard has something to offer you. The simply named pro...
June 10, 2012
Whether you own an 18-inch desktop replacement or a 10-inch netbook you happen to use for World of Warcraft, attaching a dedicated external gaming keyboard with real mechanical keys provides a bette...
June 07, 2012
This year's Computex was all about the hybrid. On the cusp of this fall's Windows 8 launch and in sync with Intel's new line of Ivy Bridge CPUs, the convention was brimming with devices that blur the line between tablet and notebook.
June 07, 2012
When it launches, Windows 8 will enable a whole new world of multitouch gestures for touchpads, but what if you want to perform those gestures without touching the screen, touching your touchpad or to...
June 07, 2012
ASUS's Computex booth is overflowing with Ivy Bridge-powered notebooks, many of which are set to be released within the next few weeks. Of the dozen or so new models on display, perhaps the most inter...
June 06, 2012
Day 3 of Computex 2012 has just wrapped up, and things at Taiwan's biggest tech trade show are poppin. We got our hands on Samsung's Series 5 Ultra Touch, Microsoft made some big statements, we played...
June 06, 2012
These days, portable pico projectors seem to be all the rage, but even many pico projectors are too large to fit into the same crowded pocket as your phone. Samsung has tried to address this problem b...
June 06, 2012
At this year's Computex trade show in Taipei, amidst little fanfare, Acer took the wraps off a sub-$200 quad-core Ice Cream Sandwich tablet -- the Iconia Tab A110. .
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