The Computex 2005 Started In Taipei

Posted: May 31 2005, 9:05am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:58pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
The Computex 2005 started in Taipei
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The Computex in Asia is the 2nd most important computer technology trade-show after the German CeBit show.

This years Computex celebrates its 25th anniversary.
The Computex 2005 features 1,288 exhibitors and 2,853 booths, compared to 1,347 exhibitors and 2,828 booths last year. More details on Taipei Times and on the Computex official site.

Digitimes features a visitor's guide for the Computex 2005. They also have a decent coverage of Computex news. Hexus.net has also reporters at the show.
We will pick the most interesting news of course and keep you updated on what is new from Computex. Until now nothing really big got announced.

Update: Computex 2005 Coverage:
Computex 2005: ATI announces Crossfire
Computex 2005 Coverage Day 1


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