Computex has always been the exhibition that we look forward to, something about the people, place, food and culture that has always made it unique. This being the first year post pandemic for its return makes it extra special, following a 3 year absence that could never be replaced by any virtual event or digital expo. Nothing beats meeting in Taipei for a hands-on and in-person experience.
Over the years we have experimented with how best to connect at Computex, at first with booths in the main Nangang hall then in more recent years, private rooms at the 101 and Hyatt, a more personal and relaxed setting. This year we are returning to the hustle and bustle of Nangang, arguably the heart of Computex, a decision that was largely based on visitor convenience, with the aim of making it easier for everyone to find and meet us.
This year there is a strong emphasis on cooperation as 3 of the products on show have been developed together with specialists in their respective fields.
To start with we have CALYOS (the advanced thermal solution company that specialise in LHP technology), who will be hosting the booth with us as we present and demo the long-awaited fanless gaming case, the SG10. This case will be the most powerful fanless case capable of dissipating 600W without the use of any fans.
Next we have an SFF case developed with NCASE (makers of the M1 case) that features incredible versatility and performance for such a compact form factor. For this cooperation we have utiliesed manufacturing processes not found in cases to achieve and excellent price vs quality balance.
Last but by no means least we have an accessory created with SASA KARANOVIC (a hardware/software consultant), that is a modern take on a retro display device. Analogue dials all based on the principle of the Galvanometer haven’t changed much since its development in 1802, but this product is here to bring the elegance of a moving dial into the digital hyperconnected era.
We will also be showing a new SFX PSU with some very unique features that not only make it perfect for SFF builds but also makes it compatible with both ATX and 12VO standards. More information on this and all the other products will be released in the build up to Computex so please consider following us on twitter and instagram to get more updates and the latest info.
To everyone attending Computex, look forward to seeing you here and getting hands-on with these new products 🙂