Digit at Computex 2010: a montage of the coolest gadgets [Part 2]

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10 - Jun - 2010
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10 - Jun - 2010
 
Digit at Computex 2010: a montage of the coolest gadgets [Part 2]

A montage of some of the coolest gadgets at one of the happiest hunting grounds for tech-geeks, Computex 2010, that just concluded in neon-vivid Taipei. Have you checked out Part 1? Stay tuned for Part 3!

Memory/Storage

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Transcend products – from DDR3 memory to high capacity memory cards to SSDs, Transcend is a one-shop-stop for memory and flash storage solutions. Although we hardly see a lot of them in India, these products are available in abundance in China and Taiwan among other countries.

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Transcend RAM

Memory cards

Memory cards

Transcend external storage solutions

Transcend external storage solutions

Turn the page for more memory solutions, and various cool gadgets...
 

 


A-DATA is one of the larger OEM’s around – they’re heavily into memory, flash and external storage. We expect to see a lot of A-DATA products in India, as this is something we were promised in a meeting held with Michael Browne. They are also looking to extend their reach in terms of services.

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Sand proof? These are water proof as well. Check our July’s issue for a nice photo of this duo taking a swim

Horus 1200W

They make power supplies too – not available in India as of now

Kingmax DDR3 2400 MHz

Kingmax DDR3 2400 MHz memory. What is really special is that, due to a proprietary cooling technology used on the PCB substrate that allows Kingmax to run this kit at a whopping 2.4 GHz, without any heatspreader. This also helps in keeping down the cost, although enthusiasts will miss the bling!

Silicon Power had a lot on display too. They’re into memory and flash storage mainly, along with some external hard drives.

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Pictured below is their Extreme series of DDR3 modules. The heatspreader has sintered fins offering better dissipation of heat

Silicon power DDR3 kit

We saw some pretty impressive kits, both for dual and tri-channel setups. Pictured here is their 2133 MHz, dual channel 4 GB DDR3 kit.

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There was also a lot of pen drives on display, fancy colours, fancy designs

 

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