No Computex would be complete without ASUS showing off some concept products and blowing everyone away with what they’ll be bringing to market later this year. The company’s showing in Taipei was less concept and more real-world items. Hopefully we’ll be able to bring you in-depth reviews on all these upcoming products as they become available.
As is tradition for Corsair, the hardware manufacturer opted to not have an actual booth within the halls of Computex, but rather a private suite. They had a range of new products on show, and in many ways Corsair’s showing exemplified what Computex is traditionally supposed to be about: highlighting concepts of future products and giving attendees a chance to get some insight into what the future of hardware holds.
This year’s Computex had so many surprises dropped that it was difficult to keep up with what was happening. Now that it’s finally over, I’ve summarised all the important announcements and product reveals that came out of it. There are some real gems in here, so let’s dive in!
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