Like ALi, Apacer's stand was quite small this year. Apacer are one of the world's leading third-party suppliers of memory modules and other storage solutions. Apacer memory has not been known amongst enthusiasts as the best for overclocking, however, they have been one of the best regarded solutions available as far as price, performance and stability is concerned.
Apacer had a whole range of desktop, laptop and server memory modules on display, ranging from DDR400 to RDRAM.
One interesting product I noticed at Apacer's stand was a mouse and MS card reader put together in the one small package. With optical mice continuing to increase in popularity, i'm not sure as to how successful this product will be. But hey, the idea is certainly original, just not necessarily suitable for the enthusiast.
Webpads seemed to be very popular at this year's Computex and even Apacer had one on display, running Apacer memory. As mentioned early, webpads haven't really taken off in the mainstream market yet, however, with so many companies behind the idea I feel they will become very popular in the future.
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