We had a chance today to get our hands on the latest ViewSonic tablet, the ViewPad 7x, and boy has it got some fancy 3D wizardry going on.
That's no hyperbole, today I used a tablet that delivered an equivalent user experience to an iPad 2 while doing so much more. And it was an 18-month old single-core Atom Windows tablet too.
Now this is one we weren't expecting to find here at Computex, Asus creating a gaming headset, the Asus RoG Vulcan ANC. But it has and we've had a play with it and for just North of £100 it looks like it could well be a competitive player in the market.
If you are in the market for a new gaming laptop, then you may well be intrigued by the news that Asus has revealed the world's first glasses-free 3D laptop at Computex in Taipei this week.
ComputexThis morning AMD announced the launch of it's 9-series motherboards out here in the soggy wilds of Taipei's central business district. AMD makes some bold statements about this latest chipset.
ComputexIn order to distract us all from the fact that the first Bulldozer CPUs, the Zambezi chips, wont be arriving until late in the Summer, possibly September, AMD's General Manager, Rick Bergman showed off a brand new Trinity APU.
After leaking out earlier this month, the ViewSonic ViewPad 7x has got all official over at Computex, promising to be the world's first 7-inch Honeycomb tablet.