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Each year, Tom's Hardware editors from around the world head to Taipei, Taiwan for Computex. Check here for coverage of the latest motherboards, processors, memory, graphics cards, storage devices, peripherals, and of course, the booth babes.

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Taipei (Taiwan) - Just when you thought power supplies and fans were boring, Enermax is showing off some pretty hot (literally) gear at this year's Computex convention in Taipei.

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Single-Level Cell flash memory (SLC) is fast and expensive, so Multi-level Cell flash (MLC) makes more sense to reach high capacities. Apacer now mixes both types to combine capacity and performance on a single...

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There isn’t much news on the graphics side at the Computex showfloors, as both AMD and Nvidia are not yet ready with their next generation products. Yet we found two interesting products.

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How familiar are you with SAS cabling? There aren’t only the internal data and power connectors, but fan-out cables, MiniSAS connectors based on Infiniband hardware, external PCI Express cabling and others....

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The HDD Docking Station is a known accessory, as it allows inserting a 3.5” drive into an external device and connecting to a PC via USB 2.0. The new version supports two drives at the same time and supports...

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While visiting Intel to take a look at its Nehalem processor, we noticed a 30-inch Dell LCD display with a PCB frame around the border. On the PCB, there were rows of LEDs on all four sides of the display. At...

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Sunon is a popular manufacturer of high-quality fans and blowers. We did not know that it doesn’t only provide these devices for PC applications, but also to BMW and Mercedes – just to name two.

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While Microsoft wants to make Windows the leading operating system for ultra-mobile PCs and mobile Internet devices (MIDs), Ubuntu is also vying for this space in a very big way. Canonical announced today that...

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Dropping by the Zotac booth at the Nangang hall in Taipei, the company had a DisplayPort ready 9600GT board on display. One of the very first DisplayPort enabled graphics cards, the card promises high...

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Taipei (Taiwan) - Multi-touch is one of the big technology trends these days: Bill gates recently demonstrated a display integrating multi-touch at the recent D6 conference and unfortunately received little...

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Intel today demonstrated its next-generation Nehalem processor to us behind closed doors. The platform running was running a quad core processor. Intel engineers ran several high definition video demos in Sony...

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Computex is all about hardware, hardware, hardware but you can always count on someone to provide a reprise from all the serious hardcore technology and it looks as though this year, this could effort should be...

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Amid all the Computex fuss it’s important to remember that outside of Taipei, the world goes on. It’s with this in mind that AMD today announced the launch of AMD Changing the Game, the first initiative...

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The last year has certainly seen a huge increase in touch screen technology with regard to mobile devices. We’re already awaiting the launch of the second generation/3G iPhone which is rumoured to be set for...

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Asus today officially launched its new Eee PC 901 and 1000 of ultra mobile PCs (UMPCs). The new units come equipped with solid state drives that range from 12GB to 40GB depending on the model. The new models...

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Small isn't always beautiful, but it is convenient. SanDisk is adding new, shriked Flash SSDs to its portfolio to be able to equip ultra-portable PCs and lowest-cost solutions with cheap flash storage instead...

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OCZ Technology is running a live demo of DDR3-17000 memory clocked at 2133 MHz at Computex.

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Kingmax Group is marking its presence at Computex Taipei 2008 by unveiling its first SSD lineup, as well as showcasing memory module and NAND flash applications that offer increased functionality and support...

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Taipei (Taiwan) - Nvidia today launched a new generation of mobile graphics processors.

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Taipei (Taiwan) - Intel has begun offering NAND flash-based solid state disk drives (SSDs) for mobile Internet devices (MIDs) and entry-level desktop and notebook computers, referred to as Nettops and netbooks.

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Taipei (Taiwan) - Intel is rolling out the second wave of Atom processors at Computex 2008 - one CPU for Netbooks and one for Nettops.

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From what memory maker GeIL told us, product reliability can be increased by burning-in memory to detect faulty parts early. Read how GeIL intends to compete with the big players such as Kingston.

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If the graphics business could do better and memory also doesn’t sell well enough, why not create a bundle? Walton Chaintech now ships an attractive kit that includes a GeForce 9 series graphics card and 4 GB...

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With Intel phasing out its Xscale processors, storage vendors have to look for other storage processors. Thecus, despite being an Intel Storage Member, decided to go with AMD’s Geode for its home NAS...

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3Gen seems to be just another NAS vendor. But its products, the IntelliNAS for four HDDs, and the 3Gen Restore, provide appealing value for SMBs and enthusiast users.

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Have you ever dreamed of carrying your cell phone on the wrist? Man Power Hi-Tech and Marble Watch Manufacturing now offer the Cell Phone Watch MP2008B.

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