Computex is less than six months away.
We wrapped up our Computex 2013 coverage last week, summarizing our meeting with 19 of the 33 companies we sat down with at the show. But booth babes never get old. So, here are some more fond memories to...
In this third round of Computex coverage, we bring you up to speed on 19 more of our meetings, covering displays, motherboards, tablets, keyboards, mice, cases, power supplies, storage, audio, and power...
This mini-PC packs Intel "Haswell" processors and Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 graphics into a small form factor.
We saw a wide array of great products at Computex this year, but a few stood out as exceptional. We've distinguished a handful of the most compelling examples with Tom's Hardware's Best of Computex 2013 award.
The ADATA SX2000 is an enterprise class SSD that offers 1600 GB of storage and read / write speeds of up to 1.8 GB/s.
The Super Talent UltraDrive MX3 is a highly durable solid state drive that includes a SATA III interface and is available in capacities ranging from 64 GB to 512 GB.
Noctua has demoed a prototype CPU cooler that features active noise-cancellation technology.
The Seasonic SS-1200XP3 features an 80 Plus Platinum certification, a 1200 W capacity and fully modular design.
KingFast has announced a new SSD with a 1 TB capacity, accomplished by putting two 512 GB SSDs in a RAID 0 array.
ASRock has managed to reach an effective DDR3 memory speed of 4285.6 MHz on a Micro-ATX motherboard.
SilverStone was showing off its upcoming Mini-ITX Raven enclosure at Computex.
Lian-Li has built a case that uses a very creative solution for accommodating a 240 mm radiator without making the enclosure any bigger.
AMD will reportedly be making better coolers for its Radeon HD 8000 series discrete desktop graphics cards.
Apistek has shown off a number of interesting water cooling products at Computex.
Last week, our teams from Italy, Germany, and the U.S. descended on Taipei, Taiwan for Computex 2013. Everyone is still recovering from their meetings, but we have a few notes from the first few booths we...
Corsair has announced the Carbide 330R and the Carbide Air 540.
AMD is blurring the lines between PC and consoles.
HP has a fanless "Haswell" tablet in the works.
Think you can click faster than everyone else? Now you can prove it.