Besides all the fantastic hardware and software presented to us each year at Computex, there's another great feature which not all of you get to see. Sorry ladies, it's something which will appeal mostly only to our male audience. As part of companies budgets for Computex, a fair amount of money by names such as Intel, AMD, nVidia, National Semiconductor and Texas Instruments is put into booth babes - the ladies who are employed to entice people to visit their booths and also to act as walking advertisements, and beautiful and effective ones at that, they were.
For something a little different, we thought our male audience may be interested in some of the beautiful women in attendance at Computex this year. Some of our female audience suggested we include males, but spending time taking photos of men this really not my idea of fun. Sorry ladies!
Buckle up gentleman, Computex 2003 in Taiwan served up some very fine ladies for us and over the next few pages you'll be able to sample just a few of them. For a large wallpaper version, just click on any image for a 1600x1200 version.
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- Booth Babes - Page 1 [Introduction]
- Booth Babes - Page 2 [Booth Babes]
- Booth Babes - Page 3 [More Booth Babes]
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