Computex Taipei 2009: On our last day of Computex 2009 we took a look at what ECS has on offer. ECS moved from their booth at Nangang in 2008 to the Taiwan International Convention Center just adjacent to Hall 1 and the Grand Hyatt Hotel. This year we were given a bit of a look at what ECS thinks will be its big products for the year.
Like most companies now ECS has their own range or netbooks based around the Atom processor. This is one of their new ones.
ECS also has a new dual mode Mini-PCIe card that has both WiMAX and 3G capabilities; ideal for upcoming netbooks or notebook applications.
Small Form Factor PC's are really kicking in and here is ECS' most attractive one they had on display.
Moving onto the boards and graphics cards, here is a shot of ECS' new X58B-A2 series.
Here is definitely something I want to get my hands on for review, an Atom based board that may give Intel something to complain about. This baby uses a 945G chipset, but is put into a Micro ATX format with a PCIe x16 slot, PCIe x1 and PCI slot with dual channel memory. ECS, we'll have one for testing when you're ready.
Looking at graphics cards, there wasn't a whole lot to see. What did catch my eye was a GTX 295 with a rather funky 3-fan cooling system.
Hidden at the top ECS has its new P55 board on display waiting for the Upcoming Lynnfield processor.
Lastly, we have the AMD 785G based board. AMD hasn't had a lot of coverage this year, most probably because nothing new has really come out.