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  • Computex 2010 Day 3
  • Computex 2010 Day 3


    Thermaltake and QNAP

    Thermaltake didn't have much to show this year that we haven't already seen before.  Gaming keyboards seemed to be a hot item in the Thermaltake booth along with the new Level 10 chassis that was designed by BMW.

    For more information on the gaming keyboards, headsets, and mice check out
    Our friends at QNAP were showing off their latest high-end NAS systems.  Sadly nothing on an upgraded digital video player but the Atom based NAS units should be great sellers in the commercial space.
    A common theme this year with many companies we visited was showing stuff that wasn't entirely new.  The stuff may have been new for that quarter, but when you have seen it before it is hard to get excited to see it again.

    While this isn't a bad thing by any stretch it did make our browsing experience a little lack luster.