As the year marches on the giant IT trade show circus finds itself in Taiwan for Computex. Having enjoyed the delights of Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics show and then Barcelona for Mobile World Congress, the show is a chance for the Asian vendors to flex their muscles.
V3 was out at the event to see what the likes of Acer, Asus and Sony had to show off, as well as taking the chance to see what weird, wonderful and downright wacky ideas and innovations were on display.
We've put together a little guide to some of our favourites in this week's top 10 to help bring you just a flavour of the show - we'll have lots more in the next edition of the V3 Tablet App so make sure you sign up to V3 to receive your download of the issue, and every issue thereafter, for free.
10. Show floor entertainment
One thing we could always count on at Computex 2013 while darting from press conference to company booth was the entertainment on the show floor.
Whether it was superman flashing powerful GPUs, or scantily clad dancers in PVC flaunting the latest in motherboards, we were always able to rely on the oodles of friendly entertainers to lift a smile on our faces. Though they could sometimes prove an obstruction when all we wanted to do was find where the newest phablet was - no matter how much we loved getting to play around on the hottest bit of tech - we think every trade show needs a moment of light relief.
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