Bad booths/good products or vice versa.
Zotac went yellow and had a prominent VR area to highlight people making fools of themselves.
Shenzhen Xiaoxi Technology Co. Ltd. brought us the "Miraffe!" an Android device on a stick shaped like a mirror/giraffe. This is the Computex we used to know.
Cases and cases of glowing buttons. Old-school Computex.
What Computex used to be renowned for - things like power supply factories looking for deals.
We've no idea what these are - possibly BlueTooth speaker skulls - but this is Computex so we took it in our stride.
What do you make laser pointers for?
The best way to show off your SO-DIMMs?
If you make PCB (Printed Circuit Boards) for a living, there's not much more you can do in a display.
Ducky Channel Vortex Booth. Just because.
BenQ's stand looked funky. But they're still not in Australia.
Geil had a VR archery demo.
What the archer saw on Geil's stand.
Acer's stand. So pretty. So very many laptops. So similar looking.
HWBot overclocking had a great stand with top class overclockers competing plus lessons for n00bs. Here's a bunch of liquid nitrogen being poured out.
HWBot's stand at Nangang.
The n00b overclocker table with lessons from the legendary Coolaler.
Super Captain (I've no idea either) had a Mickey Mouse-inspired VR area.
Chaintech's motherboard showroom looked good from outside.
Microsoft's dynamic walls looked good. But inside was a display of partner tech.
Elitegroup's stand. Yep.
Poindus' stand. Whoever they are.
Shuttle, famous for making small PCs that break.
Cherry's keyboard products were everywhere on everyone's stands. This was their own.
Galaxy and their lonely overclocker.
A company called Delux had one of the best-designed booths.
ABB let you move your hands and the robo arms would copy you. Sort of.
The Guangzhou City Wenxin Electronics Company Ltd. might not have had much space (or the catchiest brand name) but they made the best of it all.
AK Racing chairs. For people with small bums.
Scandinavian booth design from Loop.
This company (whatever that says) had a drone flying in a cage all day.
Bitfenix had a good booth.
Bitfenix uses tempered glass for side screens.
Bitfenix's use of tempered glass avoids cheap plastic fading and distorting.
Lian Li used to be the Rolls Royce of case makers. Now not so much.
Clevo - makers of other people's laptops.
In Hall 3, a startup conference was held.
Audi had cars on their stands and talked about a virtual cockpit without actually demonstrating it.
Centre Stage of Hall 3 and the startup conference.
Samsung's low-profile booth had VR demos which used its phones.
ECS. Right there.
Acrox - more booths should have fresh flowers in them.
Intel hid away in a separate building and showed off other people's products.
ADATA's stand was very pretty.
ADATA had a fashion show where instead of clothes the models showed off sticks of memory while the compere told us the specs.
Hall 1 before it opened. Hard to believe this used to be the main event at Computex. Who are these guys?
Taipei 101 - a former World's Tallest Building.
An Angry Birds Movie display lets you pose in a catapult aimed at Taipei 101.
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