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We're back from Taiwan now, but here's a handy list of all of our Computex 2008 coverage for those of you that missed all of the announcements last week. We'd also like to hear your feedback on this year's show, so that we can pass it back to the people that matter!
COMPUTEX 2008: If you're wondering about what Computex means to Taiwan and how the industry around it is changing, read on.
COMPUTEX 2008: VIA has announced an updated version of the mini-ITX form factor and has also teamed up with Nvidia to create optimised PCs.
COMPUTEX 2008: Patriot showed us its latest SSDs during the show and they're hitting some impressive read and write speeds.
COMPUTEX 2008: All has been quite on the Intel SSD front since IDF Shanghai in April, but the company has revealed more out at Computex.
COMPUTEX 08: Foxconn has reimagined it's digital home boards and is also working with AMD on something new.
COMPUTEX 2008: Usually very coy to show unreleased products, Intel is so confident in Nehalem it's already showing off X58 boards.
COMPUTEX 08: TPM: It has everything to do with data security and not infringement on liberties.
COMPUTEX 08: We found 5 minutes and a free 790GX/SB750 to take apart for you. We also overheard AMD will be launching a new CPU when this chipset arrives too.
COMPUTEX 08: Relatively unknown motherboard manufacturer, J&W, has its 780G mini-ITX board with breakout box and other cool features.
COMPUTEX 2008: Several industry sources have said that Western Digital is working on a 20,000 RPM Raptor hard drive.
COMPUTEX 2008: Following the SSD trail around the many manufacturers on site, we got some answers to the state of the tech.
COMPUTEX 2008: Intel announces the 4-series chipsets. Availability of products based on the four new chipsets is imminent.
COMPUTEX 08: New phase change cooling works without going sub-zero yet claims to performs better than the average watercooling.
COMPUTEX 2008: Asus has upgraded the Eee PC line to include not only Atoms, but a bundle of other features too.
COMPUTEX 2008: We've got news and another pictures about Lian Li's Xbox 360 case, as well as other new cases and a new fan controller.
COMPUTEX 2008: At his Computex keynote, Intel's Sean Maloney talked about the future of the Internet on mobile devices.
COMPUTEX 2008: We've got the pics of AMD's new RV770 GPU die, memory, PCB and cooling - click to find out what's going on underneath next this generation graphics.
COMPUTEX 08: Noctua already has designs for a Nehalem mounting kit ready not only for future products, but current ones as well.
COMPUTEX 2008: Asus demonstrated four 22-inch monitors daisy chained together and connected via just one USB 2.0 port. Impressive stuff.
COMPUTEX 2008: GDDR memory manufacturers are already talking about Nvidia's D12 GPUs, even though D10 hasn't even launched yet...
COMPUTEX 2008: Hybrid SLI is coming to Intel processors soon. We'll probably see products in-hand by the end of August.
COMPUTEX 2008: The vice president of marketing at ARM unsurprisingly says the Internet doesn't need x86. Based on the past, we agree.
COMPUTEX 2008: Intel and Nvidia are still sitting in a tree in their war of facts and friction. Intel says video encoding is better on the CPU.
COMPUTEX 2008: AMD has announced its next-generation mobile platform here at Computex in Taipei.
COMPUTEX 2008: Silverstone goes from neat and smooth, to angled and aggressive as it attempts to reinvent the case as we know it.
COMPUTEX 2008: Silverstone has a nice sideshow device that might actually make you want one - functional, elegant and very sexy.
COMPUTEX 2008: Funtoro, an MSI subsidiary, offers just about everything you'd ever need in a car - except the kitchen sink.
COMPUTEX 2008: Gaming hardware company NZXT has some new cases that might poke some new competition against old favourites.
COMPUTEX 2008: With the Eee in mind, Cyberlink has developed a media player for Linux and also showed off TV over Edge.
COMPUTEX 2008: Branching out into ever more areas, OCZ has today signed Fatal1ty, while also expanding its line of Flash drives and more.
COMPUTEX 2008: Axle maybe a popular Nvidia partner here in the East, but the Western market is also soon to get another partner.
COMPUTEX 2008: Asus takes e-peen to the max with its new Rampage Extreme. Did you like the Maximus II Formula? You'll love this.
COMPUTEX 2008: Nvidia has introduced the Tegra family of system-on-a-chip processors, which are aimed squarely at Intel's Centrino Atom platform.
We visited a few of the most popular hardware manufacturers here in Taiwan in the last few days to get the low down on what will be new on the Computex show floor for 2008.
COMPUTEX 2008: We've got pictures of AMD's new next generation graphics card, the Radeon HD 4850 - check inside to see what's changed... or not, as the case may be.
COMPUTEX 2008: We're out in Taipei visiting companies ahead of next week's Computex 2008 tradeshow. We've snagged some pics of baby Nehalem and a very early MSI X58 board.
COMPUTEX 2008: Cyberlink is set to upgrade its portfolio of new TrueTheatre technologies to include video upscaling, noise reduction, image stabilisation and more.