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Published: Monday, June 14, 2010 - Events
The amazing thing about events like Computex is that there are actually two shows. The first is the computer stuff we are there to see, while the other has to do with the Computex Showgirls. In some ways the Showgirls are more popular than the products they are there to support.
Published: Friday, June 11, 2010 - Events
While there was nothing really of interest in either Hall 1 or Hall 3 it was decided that we would walk those halls and see what was going on, never know when you might run into something really cool.
Published: Thursday, June 10, 2010 - Events
At any given time there will be at least one show going on, some are just booth babes dancing around while others will be more involved and occur over the course of the day. EVGA had one of the most interesting shows that consisted of giving away EVGA and GSKill products to whoever could answer questions about the products.
Published: Wednesday, June 09, 2010 - Events
Day 2 of Computex is what we like to call "working day", the schedule was full with meetings and 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. Aside from a truncated lunch hour the day went extremely smooth.
Published: Tuesday, June 08, 2010 - Events
As some of you may have realized this is our 6th Computex over the past 8 years which also corresponds with the 10 year anniversary of Ninjalane.com. While we would like the Computex tradition to continue it is becoming harder to find things of interest at the show making the whole process a little "meh" to begin with.
Published: Monday, January 25, 2010 - General_Information
This isn't a perfect science, meaning that anything is possible. However, in most cases, when things get pushed to the extreme, the likelihood of there being any error becomes smaller. If something doesn't look right, it likely isn't.