We just got word about GeCube's Radeon HD 2600XT card and it should be officially launched next week during Computex. The card will use GDDR4 memory and has a dual heatpipe cooler with a turbine style fan for low noise cooling according to GeCube. No clock speeds were announced at this time, but we'll bring you these as soon as we find out.
A new version of the GeCube Gemini should also be on display at Computex, this time it will use Radeon HD 2x00 series GPU's over the Radeon X1650XT of the previous version.
For those with deeper pockets, GeCube will have a TEC (Thermal Electric Cooling) version of the Radeon HD 2900XT, which should come factory overclocked.
GeCube also have good news for those that are still using AGP, as it is planning to release a range of Radeon HD 2x00 based AGP graphics cards. No specifics were given, but it seems like it will be a full top to bottom range of cards.
Also on display at Computex is the DVRBox, which is a hard drive based video recorder which records various video sources into MPEG4 video with a simple press of a button.
We'll bring you more info on all of these products from the show next week.