- Computex 2004 in Taiwan: Early Bird Coverage
As many of you are aware, one of the year's largest trade shows has now kicked off, making way for a whole bunch of exclusive information and photos over the next week or so. Anandtech look to be at the front of the line, already providing us with some very interesting info and images prior to the show's official launch. Coverage of nVidia's NV45, various PCI Express chipsets, quad band memory, and BTX mainboards are the highlights in their first article. Inevitably there will be plenty more wholesome info on the way so stay tuned.
Also, don't forget to keep a lookout for regular updates within our own dedicated Computex coverage section here. Brought to you by the Tweaktown staff at the event.
We managed to score some very interesting information right before the official start of the show, so much in fact that we decided to start our Computex coverage early. Want to see pictures and read specs of NVIDIA's NV45? How about a whole slew of PCI Express chipsets? Quad Band Memory and BTX motherboards, both for the eyes to feast upon and more, all in our first installment of Computex 2004 coverage.
We'll spare you the boring introduction, we all know Computex is a wonderful show and that Taipei is incredibly humid this time of the year, but what we don't know is all about a little chip called NV45...
- Chenbro Launches New Chassis With A Difference
Chenbro are the first to issue us a press release from Computex this year, announcing the launch of their first ever high-end aluminum chassis, the "Gaming Bomb II". Some unique features and characteristics of this case really help it to stand out, you can find out all about it within the attached PR.
Taipei, Taiwan, 1 June 2004 - Chenbro Micom Co. Ltd., the world's leading provider of chassis solutions, today announced availability of its revolutionary new design and first-ever aluminum high-end gaming/enthusiast class chassis, Gaming Bomb II. With aggressive new styling, an advanced proven thermal solution, and innovative engineering design, the Gaming Bomb II represents an all out, frontal assault on the boring "cookie-cutter" chassis designs that consumers have been limited to in years past.
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