Genius is a very diverse brand and there are a few very interesting offerings on display. These range from input devices to digital fridge magnets. Also you could see a combination of 22" display and touch sensitive graphics tablet.
Lian-Li is presenting their newest case for enthusiasts. The Armorsuit P60 and P80. There is a new HTPC case as well as power supplies at their booth. Another very nice concept is an XBox360 enclosure made from aluminum.
A-DATA has an open booth and are showcasing their new Disney themed products, as well as new SSD products. Besides that you will also find their new DDR3 memory up to 2000 MHz at the booth.
Sapphire has a small suite in which they have some real nice new releases to take a look at for example an AGP based HD3850. This means that even users of the aging AGP platform can enjoy the benefits of DirectX 10 titles on their system.
Lexar has an open booth at the show floor, which also holds the Crucial products. There are new Ballistix Tracer and SSDs as well as Disney themed Lexar memory flash devices.
Mushkin has a suite away from the show floor in the New York, New York casino with a few interesting tidbits and new releases to share with you.
OCZ has a booth at the Bellagio in which you can view their new SSD products and new GameXStream power supply. A new watercooling product is being presented here as well together with the mighty HydroJet cooler.
ASUS has a small booth with a few interesting items. There is a dedicated gaming products section and their new mainboards and other gadgets can also be seen.
As always there are a lot of parties at Games Convention Leipzig. Sony has managed to fill up an entire hall with their consoles and has used the entire area for a massive party after the convention closed for the public. Four DJs and a large crowd made this party one of the best of this year's show.
The Games Convention 2007 had some very interesting hardware product launches. We have scoured the halls, snapped pictures and collected information on all the interesting new releases at the show.
Zalman had new versions of the HD160 and HD160 XT cases that were using improved display technology. Also on display were new watercooling blocks and several new headphones.
Thermaltake has a lot of new products on display. It ranges from brand new Xaser and Armor cases, over R600 and G80 coolers, new and massive CPU cooler to HTPC cases. You will also find some unique accessories and a 2000W ToughPower PSU at their booth at Computex
Silverstone is displaying a large number of new products, ranging from fanless 500W to single & multi rail 1200W power supplies over HTP cases to a new series of budget cases created out of steel & aluminum. Besides that you will find new and uniquw HTPC cases at their booth.
High Power is showing off multiple graphic card power supplies as well as a whole line-up of high efficiency units with up to 1000W under the hood. You will also find the exclusive uint with digital Voltage meter and their value power supplies at their booth.
Walton Chaintech used to offer mainboards, but has moved to produce NVIDIA graphic cards and memory. You will find Aprogee GT DDR2 and DDR3 memory with high-end heatspreaders and NVIDIA graphic cards, which still carry the Chaintech brand. The company offers their own GeForce 8600 GT and GTS design with after market coolers.
HIS shows a Dual 2600 XT card which is based on an ATI design. Other new products were an EMI blocking card that can improve audio quality when used with an external sound card. Also we saw several power supplies from HIS.
ECS had a large number of motherboards on display that come with all the latest in chipset technology. Also an RD790 live demo could be seen. In addition to that ECS shows off their new GeForce 8 lineup - all cards come with HDMI support. Another cool thing to look at were two prototype cases that were submitted to an Intel Design Contest.
Kingston has recreated the Taipei 101 by using memory modules and is displaying DDR3 at 1375 MHz. You will also find DDR2 running at 800 MHz and CL3-3-3 at their booth. Kingston also produces various memory cards and USB flash drives, all of which can be viewed at their booth.
Evercool has a small booth in Hall 1. It is packed to the rim with different cooling products. There is a CPU liquid cooling system as big as a normal air cooler and several very unique notebook and component cooling products.
G.Skill has a clear wall with all their different memory modules on display at Computex. We show you all the interesting and very colorful offerings including their high-end DDR2 and DDR3 models. You will also find DDR3 running at 1600 MHz at CL8 at their booth.
Noctua and Coolink are sharing a booth at Computex. The unique brown fans and the large and extremely well performing NF-S12 are present. Cooling is introducing the Silenator CPU Cooler and is displaying their fan line-up as well as their other cooling products.
Patriot is showing off a few very interesting and spacious USB flash devices at their booth. These have a capacity of up to 16 GB. The same goes for their SDHC card present. You will also find DDR3 up and running, for example DDR3 1500 MHz and DDR2 1262.5 MHz in their display case.
You will not find any overclocked DDR2 or DDR3 memory at the Qimonda booth. They have focused on special products like memory embedded on a mainboard or SODIMM to DIMM adapters. DDR memory and the full range of DDR3 memory - including DDR3 SODIMMs can be viewed at their booth
Arctic Cooling is displaying some very unique cooling solutions. There is a new Accelero GPU cooler for today's high end cards like the R600, as well as the new Freezer. Both carry the Xtreme name tag. There are a few mainstream and low profile coolers as well as the first power supply present at the booth with high efficiency rating.
TwinMOS is has a very diverse range of products on display. You may only know the brand due to their computer memory products, but there is more. You will find all types of very interesting flash based memory cards as well as USB sticks at the booth. TwinMOS even manufactures Apple iPod speakers and car GPS units.