Waltop Graphic design series tablets. They have the full range of devices, catering to young, inexperienced users to the most experienced graphic designers with higher resolutions and pen sensitivity called the Venus. Check out more at Waltop.
Posted in Computex 2011, Event Coverage, Tablet
Tagged 14.1, 2011, artist, Computex, Computex 2011, design, director, drawing, fun, graphic, kids, mouse, pad, painting, tablet, taipei, Taiwan, Venus, Waltop
i-rocks Legend of Light Gaming mouse with an LED back light. It has variable DPI settings and polling settings, and in addition has variable coloured LED backlighting so you can colour the mouse to suit your style.
Posted in Computex 2011, Event Coverage, PC Peripherals
Tagged 2011, color, colour, Computex, Computex 2011, Gaming, i-rocks, irocks, led, LED colour, Legend of Light, mouse, stylish
Genius Ring Mouse won the Red Dot award and the 2011 IF. The ring design is ideal for business travellers, who can do scrolling, clicking and move the cursor and also presentations all combined into this small item. It has rechargeable Li-ion batteries built inside and allows you to work up to 10 hours at one charge. The device transmits on the 2.4 GHz transmission band, with special Genius power saving features.
Posted in Computex 2011, Event Coverage, Gadgets, PC Peripherals
Tagged 2.4 GHz, 2011, band, batteries, business, clicking, Computex, Computex 2011, cursor, design, Design award, genius, IF, Li-ion, mouse, move, power, presentations, rechargeable, Red Dot award, Ring, Ring Mouse, scrolling, special, transmission, transmits, travellers
Sasha takes us through the CoolerMaster booth on build-up day prior to Computex 2011. The event will showcase some of CM’s newest ideas and coolest gadgets. Check out some of them here and be sure to follow our extensive coverage throughout this year’s Computex.
Posted in Computex 2011, Event Coverage, PC Cases, PC Components
Tagged 2011, Cases, Chassis, CM, computer, computer preview gameplay, Computex, Computex 2011, Coolermaster, game, Gaming, mouse, Preview, taipei, Taiwan
ASUSTek is on the verge of releasing a graphic user interface (GUI) BIOS for all users of the P5Q motherboard series. The new type of BIOS called an Extensible Firmware Interface (EFI) makes the transition from an older keyboard driven environment to something so much more appealing and easier to use. At this stage it doesn’t add any extra features except stylish good looks, but for those users who have been afraid of delving into the BIOS, now is your chance, especially if you feel comfortable in a Windows environment. You can monitor temperatures using color coded bars, and navigating with a mouse makes the BIOS much more user friendly and easy to use. We will provide you a link as soon as it is available for download. Please leave your comments and any ideas you might have to further advance the EFI BIOS and we will relay them to the people involved with the this project.
Thanks to our friends at Xtremesystems: You can download the EFI BIOS here: ASUS EFI BIOS for P5Q Deluxe
Posted in PC Components, PC Motherboards, Software
Tagged Asus, ASUSTek, BIOS, DELUXE, graphics, GUI, interface, mouse, overclocking, P5QE, user
Check out the Sports Car shaped Optical mouse with 3 types of card reader and USB ports when you change the wheel, or open the trunk. The Memory reader supports M2, SD, TF. There are also 2x USB ports, one under each of the car front wheels. When the product is connected to the PC, the headlights shine. The chassis is interchangeable to a style and color that suits your taste. For the most outrageous gadgets, check out FirstZoom.tv
Posted in China Sourcing Fair HK, Event Coverage, Gadgets
Tagged car, device, gadget, gift, M2, memory, memory card, memory card reader, motorcar, mouse, optical mouse, pointing, racing car, reader, SD, sports car, TF, USB
The 3D motion controller uses the same technology as the ultrasonic controller, but has 3D positioning capabilities. It can detect where your finger is (as long as it is above the controller and not in any other …place). The controller can sense when you prod forward as if pushing a button and also tracks the movement as you swirl your finger about. The game on display shows an Asteroid type game where the user is bashing the asteroids using his finger as the joystick. Other uses that spring to mind for this device could include the Adult entertainment industry, although that is merely speculation. If you have some ideas and would like to share them, feel free to leave a message. We will forward the noteworthy ones to the manufacturers.
Posted in Event Coverage, Gadgets, Taitronics
Tagged 3d motion controller, controller, game, games, ITRI, joystick, mouse, Taitronics, Taiwan, Ultrasonic
The Ultrasonic controller is preprogrammed to accept commands from your hand moving over the sensor. The device has several variables that can be preprogrammed to do certain things. The sweeping can be either from left to right, or from right to left, or by simply holding your fingers above the right, middle or left side to simulate a click selection. The hardware and software combination is still in its early stages and needs to be calibrated to each specific user. This kind of hands free solution brings us one step close to Minority report computer interaction. Probably the first implementation will be for games and game consoles. If you have any thoughts or ideas, please share them with us and we will be sure to pass them along to the manufacturers.
Posted in Event Coverage, Gadgets, Taitronics
Tagged game controller, games, hand controller, hands free controller, ITRI, mouse, mouse replacement, Taitronics, Taiwan
You loved the Raven2 preview we managed to get before Computex officially launched, so we went back and did a more complex Raven2 review and show you all the details. This is definitely one of, if not THE best case at Computex 2009. We also had a look at the PSUs, other cases and heatsinks.
Posted in Computex 2009, Event Coverage, PC Cases, PC Components
Tagged 12 volt, 12v, 1500W, 180mm, 8 rail, 9800GX2, armor, armor2, Case, Computex 2009, cuda, f@h, fan, folding, Gaming, gpgpu, GTX295, mouse, pc, power, Raven, raven2, Silverstone, watercooling, Zeus