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Computex 2009 Booth Babe EditionPublished: Monday, June 15, 2009 - Events
The amazing thing about events like Computex is that there are actually two shows. The first is the one we computer types like to see and the other is the booth babes. The majority of the girls are freelance models that get hired to help out around the booth and pose for photos.
Foxconn New Products – Quantum Force and DigitLifePublished: Monday, June 8, 2009 - General_Information
Over the years we have created some good connections at Foxconn and were given an exclusive look at the 2 latest motherboard products during Computex and was later invited to the HQ offices in Tu-Sheng to see some working samples and take the following photos.
Computex 2009 Day 1 – Taipei TaiwanPublished: Sunday, June 7, 2009 - Events
With every Computex venture we quest to complete a mission. This year the mission was to get in contact with the companies that we feel have some of the best products for the coming year and get them to work with Ninjalane.
Computex 2009 Day 2 – Taipei TaiwanPublished: Sunday, June 7, 2009 - Events
Day 2 of Computex is what we like to call "working day", the schedule was completely full with hour long meetings all stacked back to back. Most of the time we don't expect our meetings to run over the hour, in fact some of them only last 20 minutes, but something was different. We started the day busy and we were behind schedule the entire time.
Computex 2009 Day 3 – Taipei TaiwanPublished: Sunday, June 7, 2009 - Events
Computex day 3, the beginning of the end, In the past we had most of our meetings on day 3 however with the lack of US media attending Computex made finding a good meeting time on Day 1 and 2 extremely easy. In fact we used Day 3 as a way to catch up with the people we could not see before due to meetings running long. (How the hell that happened is beyond me)
Computex 2009 Day 4 – Taipei TaiwanPublished: Sunday, June 7, 2009 - Events
Computex this year runs from June 2nd until June 6th which is just 5 short days. Most people in the industry only consider it a 4 day event due to the fact that on the last day the show promoters open the floodgates and allow the general public to see the exhibits.