Unfortunately, all good trade shows must come to an end, and this year's Computex is starting to wind down.
Zalman was smart enough to buy a start-up company, which produced a holographic 3D fan which can deliver high quality images and videos.
The product line includes three members: the Vulcan 80, the Vulcan 100 AIMO, and the high-end Vulcan 120 AIMO.
HyperX teased a new Fury-branded RGB LED SSD at Computex. We're not sure about exact specs, but with SATA being a bottleneck, this drive is all about the bling.
Zotac brought a slew of new PCs big and small (but mostly small) to Computex 2018, including a streamlined VR backpack and two new Mek gamers.
There has been several times in this life as a technology journalist when expanding my wireless network would have helped what I do.
Made to work with a PlayStation, XBox or Nintendo box, this 31.5-inch display has a place to charge your controllers to go with its sharp, colorful images.
Computex 2018 isn’t just about new tech. Case modders from around the world use the annual event to showcase their artistic creations.
Corsair's latest mainstream SSD features 3D TLC on a PCIe 3.0 x2 lane and up to 960GB capacity with 1,600 MB/s performance.
Lexar announced the world's first A2 certified 512GB microSD card as well as a blazing-fast portable USB SSD.
SMI controllers were in 30% of the world's SSDs in 2017, and its new SM2262EN will challenge Samsung's 970 Pro.
With no big platform launches at Computex 2018, product designers had to get creative. Here’s the best of what we saw at Taipei's big tech trade show this year.
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