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Computex 2003 Coverage - Day 2 - Conclusion

Day 2 of Computex 2003 has been and gone. Today we saw Shuttle in the morning and attended DFI, VIA and nVidia press conferences in the afternoon.

By: | Trade Shows | Posted: Sep 23, 2003 4:00 am



From what we have seen so far at Computex 2003, it is clear that many companies are beginning to focus on more than just pure performance. The market needed the performance over the past 5 years which has been delivered well to us for our current needs. Now, in this day and age, for companies to remain profitable, since users have the speed they have asked for, they need some new ideas to keep them interested and buying. This has been echoed by many different industry leaders so far...and we are only at Day 2.


We have been seeing a lot of wireless related products being driven very hard by companies like Intel and VIA, a different focus on graphics processing by S3 Graphics, DFI with their CMOS Reloaded and Shuttle with their sensational XPC units which are all working in tandem to give buyers a more diverse and very exciting range of computer products to buy. If this keeps up, I am positive the IT industry will boom again in the next year or so, just like it did when performance products were starting to be released around 3 years ago - but probably much more.


It's a bloody good time to be in this industry. Good times and we'll see you again tomorrow for Day 3 coverage!


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