The last day of Computex brought us GPS devices, a supercomputer-in-a-box, perfect HD video applications, DTX cases without suitable motherboards, and the first true DYI notebook.
We saw more Flash-based hard drives than we can remember and many graphics configurations, some new and some not, they were all here with a lot to talk about.
Our day 3 coverage includes lots of storage products, Core 2 Quad overclocking records, HTPC cases, fancy notebooks and the second generation of Ultra-Mobile PCs.
The first day of Computex held some surprises for us. We saw various useful and useless cases, new cooling solutions, and a plethora of power supplies that output up to 2,000 W.
No, Computex Taipei is not going to disappear. As a matter of fact, the largest hardware-only computer show is still growing.
Sony has unveiled what many have been screaming out for: a DVD player with double-layer technology for DVD backup and storage with an 8.5 GB capacity.