We are taking a break out from our live news coverage of Computex Taipei 2008 to touch on something that has become expected from us around this time every year. We had better not mention any names of the people that repeatedly ask us each year.
If you haven't figured it out yet, we're talking about the beautiful booth babes that occupy the Computex computer trade show halls here in Taipei, and now Nangang as of this year. We are already at Day 3 and as we walk around from meeting to meeting we snapped up plenty of photos of the girls working the show floor to help promote the many products and services on display.
So without further ado, let's get this gallery of Computex Taipei 2008 Booth Babes underway. First of all, we managed to take a video of the XFX booth babes doing a nice little dance and uploaded it to YouTube for all to see.
Click on over to the next page to start viewing the photos!
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