The Computex trade show, a key event in the PC industry calendar, opens on 6 June in Taipei.
The show is traditionally used by Taiwan-based manufacturers to demonstrate products ready for delivery during the run-up to the Christmas season.
Taiwanese companies dominate the production of products like desktop PC motherboards and notebook PCs, cornering more than 80 per cent of global production.
Computex attracts hordes of system integrators, distributors and other buyers from Europe, the US and Asia, and more than 120,000 visitors are expected to see tens of thousands of products from approximately 1,300 exhibitors.
Check out vnunet.com's Computex Special Report for all the latest news, views, blogs and reviews from this year's extravaganza.
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