Overall, the Abit Editor's Night was one of the most enjoyable nights at Computex. The food and gaming was great, the tours and discussions were interesting and Abit's hospitality was much appreciated. It was good to finally meet some fellow editors and also to catch up with our current Abit contacts, as well.
I hope you found this article a nice change to the usual coverage/reviews you are used to seeing here at TweakTown. I would like to thank Abit for inviting us to this enjoyable and entertaining event, especially Lester Lau and Lyle Wagner (Abit marketting specialists) who have been extremely helpful since we started working with Abit quite some time ago.
Tomorrow Cameron and I will be hopping on a plane back to Australia via Singapore's beautiful Changi airport. It's been fun - we've learnt a lot, made many new friends/contacts and finally met up with some of our existing contacts. I hope you found our coverage interesting and informative, and we will attend the event again next year and hopefully for many years to come.
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- Computex 2002 Coverage - Page 1 [Introduction]
- Computex 2002 Coverage - Page 2 [A Tour of Abit's R&D Facilities]
- Computex 2002 Coverage - Page 3 [A Chat with Abit Engineers]
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