The most important show for computer hardware takes place in Taipei from May 30th to June 2nd. This year's Computex is the first major one since the pre-pandemic year of 2019 and we're expecting some major announcements both before and during the show.
Major players such as Nvidia, Intel and Qualcomm are all taking part in this year's show along with PC OEMs such as Asus, MSI and Acer and component vendors like Cooler Master. We'll be covering all the announcements here and we'll have editors on the ground going hands-on with the new products.
MSI Spatium M570 Pro PCIe 5.0 SSD Tops 14.1 GBps as Launch Approaches
By Brandon Hill published
MSI has tweaked performance (for the better) since we first saw the Spatium M570 Pro in January.
TeamGroup Goes All in on Active SSD Cooling With a Trio of Towers
By Mark Tyson published
TeamGroup has prepared three new active cooled heatsinks for M.2 SSDs and it will showcase them at Computex next week.
Acer’s Swift Edge 16 Uses Ryzen 7040, Supports Wi-Fi 7
By Andrew E. Freedman published
Ahead of Computex, Acer is introducing the Swift Edge 16 and Predator Triton 16.
TeamGroup's 14.3 GB/s PCIe 5 SSD Aims to Take the Consumer Speed Crown
By Zhiye Liu published
TeamGroup announces T-Force Z54A SSD with InnoGrit IG5666 controller hitting 14.3 GB/s reads and 11.5 GB/s writes.
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