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CeBIT 2007 coverage from Taiwan (Part 2) - Bearlake, MCP73 and 8800OC (Page 1)

We're back with Part 2 of our CeBIT 2007 coverage from Taiwan looking at Bearlake, nVidia MCP73, 8800OC and much more!
By Cameron Wilmot on Mar 13, 2007 11:00 pm CDT - 0 mins, 51 secs reading time for this page
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CeBIT 2007 coverage from Taiwan - Part 2

Yesterday we posted part 1 of our CeBIT 2007 coverage from Taiwan and as promised, we are back today with the second installment. CeBIT is still a full 24 hours away before its doors officially open and we're back again to give you the scoop from here in Taiwan on some of the interesting products you would see if you travelled all the way to Germany for the trade show.

In this part of our CeBIT coverage we include all information that was not in the first installment including things such as Bearlake chipset information and photos, a range of new consumer electronic products from MSI including photos of their upcoming nVidia MCP73 motherboard, ASUS's new line of interesting graphics related products including XG Station and AiGuru S2 wireless skype phone and Foxconn's highly overclocked GeForce 8800GTX, just to mention a few.

Without delaying any further, let's get this show on the road and see what we have here from several of the largest Taiwanese computer manufacturers!

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