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  • Computex 2010 Day 4
  • Computex 2010 Day 4



    Asus had their booth situated in the TICC building next to Hall 1.  Unlike many of the other booths located on the main show floors the ASUS displays were standing room only.  So much in fact it was difficult to get good photos.

    We did manage to see some prototype products that were first announced at CES, and welcomed with doubt and skepticism.  The Waveface is a technology concept ASUS is working on to change how we interact with technology, something like Minority Report screens meets digital paper.  
    Sadly the demonstrations were exactly that.

    A very popular demonstration was multi monitor gaming using Eyefinity.  While Eyefinity is enabled via the hardware we have started to find custom products to further enhance the experience, either by display connections or higher speed due to factory overclocking.
    There were several motherboards on display including a few prototype designs and a P67 Deluxe.  The Intel P67 should become rather popular in the news later this year.