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Computex 2008

Kash    -   June 17, 2008
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Abit

The Abit booth was quite reassuring, to say the least. There were rumors leading up to the show that Abit had decided to leave the motherboard business, but thankfully, Abit had a strong showing of its motherboard products.

When I first saw digital picture frames at the Abit booth, I was a little confused. First, I thought I had stepped out of the Abit booth and was in a similarly themed adjacent booth, but I was reassured by an Abit representative that they were indeed in the digital picture frame business.

However, what was really neat about Abit's take on digital frames was adding a little printer to some models. You can load up pictures to the frame, and then print up to 30 photos on a single cartridge! The Abit representative offered to demonstrate one of the picture frames. She had us put on silly props to showcase the frame's color range, and we had a very nice print in our hands in just a few seconds (yes, that's me in the yellow).




  1. Day 1 - Arrival
  2. Day 1 - ECS
  3. Day 1 - Intel
  4. Day 1 - MSI
  5. Day 1 - Abit
  6. Day 1 - Gigabyte Part 1
  7. Day 1 - Gigabyte Part 2
  8. Day 1 - Asus Part 1
  9. Day 1 - Asus Part 2
  10. Day 1 - Kingston
  11. Day 1 - Via
  12. Day 2 - Lian Li
  13. Day 2 - Kingbox
  14. Day 2 - In Win
  15. Day 2 - Xclio
  16. Day 2 - Geil
  17. Day 2 - PQI
  18. Day 2 - Thermaltake Part 1
  19. Day 2 - Thermaltake Part 2
  20. Day 2 - Cooler Master
  21. Day 2 - Nanya
  22. Day 2 - Noctua
  23. Day 2 - FSP
  24. Day 2 - PNY
  25. Day 2 - AData
  26. Day 2 - Zogis
  27. Day 2 - Zalman
  28. Day 2 - Thermalright
  29. Day 2 - Zotac
  30. Day 2 - DFI
  31. Conclusion
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