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Intel shows Thunderbolt adoption is doing well at Computex, plenty of products on display

Intel's first event at Computex focuses on Thunderbolt

| Storage News | Posted: Jun 4, 2012 5:57 am

Computex 2012 - Our first stop for Computex 2012 was at the Intel Thunderbolt event where Intel had walls full of Thunderbolt based products on displays from its partners.

 

 

We saw a full wall of storage based products that support the fast 10Gbit interface that is slowly but surely gaining more and more market adoption. Judging by the amount of products on display at the Intel event, the market is going to get somewhat flooded with new Thunderbolt toys soon.

 

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Also on display were a range of Z77 based motherboards that support the Thunderbolt interface from companies such as MSI, GIGABYTE, ASUS and more. Intel also had some Ultrabook's and other laptops on display that support Thunderbolt. For a close up look at some of these products, hit the play button on the video above.

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