Articles about computex 2011

MSI C Series multimedia notebooks
MSI has laid out their spread of C Series of multimedia notebooks over at Computex 2011 with the CX480 and CX640 models, where they will sport Intel 2nd generation Core i processors and AMD’s new generation processor platform. The CX480 will come with a 15.6″ display, while the CX640 is slightly smaller at 14″. With nVidia’s GeForce GT520M discrete graphics card running inside, you can be sure that when it […]

MSI N560GTX-Ti Hawk achieves new world records
MSI’s N560GTX-Ti Hawk graphics card will definitely appeal to all of you computer performance enthusiasts who are on a tight budget – after all, it isn’t as expensive as the high end GTX580, and yet is still the new world record holder for a single-card with the highest core frequency of 1500MHz. This is made possible thanks to Belgian overclocker Massman who relied on the N560GTX-Ti Hawk, tweaking it to […]

Intel creates Ultrabook category for mobile computing niche
Intel has decided to use Computex 2011 as its platform of choice to introduce their latest mobile computing effort in the form of a new category of laptops known as Ultrabooks. Hmmm, will Japanese superhero Ultraman be used as a spokesman or ambassador? It seems that Intel has taken quite a few pages out from Apple’s MacBook Air book with the Ultrabook, where it will comprise of a super thin […]

Asus MeMo glasses-free 3D tablet at Computex 2011
Stereoscopic 3D technology is being pushed by many consumer electronics manufacturers as the next frontier for your living room, and we have seen models which feature active shutter as well as passive shutter glasses, but the next big step would be to enjoy 3D viewing without the need to wear those glasses. Such thinking has seen prototypes being developed, and the same applies for computer monitors and now, tablets.3D tablets […]

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Intel to show off over 10 tablets at Computex 2011
According to reports from the Wall Street Journal, Intel will be bringing out the guns at the Taiwanese computer trade show later this month – Computex. Intel, which hasn’t been as predominant as ARM at events with mobile computers, will be changing their game plan this year. ARM has been sitting comfortably on the mobile processor throne, with its chips powering practically every smartphone and tablet out there, and this […]