Computex d&i awards 2018 winners announced

By Abhijit Dey | Published on 04 Jun 2018
  • In the 11th edition of the prestigious award, sixty winners were announced and honoured.

Computex d&i awards 2018 winners announced

Following the International Press Conference of Computex 2018, the winners of the d&i awards 2018 were honoured at the event. Computex 2018 officially kicked off today and what better way to end the first press event than celebrating the winners of the d&i award. All the products released in the previous year are judged by a panel of six experts. However, in order to qualify, one has to meet high standards of design and innovation in their products. Interested folks participate in the event voluntarily. In 2018, we got to witness 60 products winning awards. 

The jury panel included Amina Horozic, Feng-Kwei Wang, Georg Todtenbier, Kyle Hsiao, Richard Lei and Yasunari Nishiko (details below)

Participants had to submit their products under the most relevant category to their product. They are the following:

  • Artificial intelligence and Robotics
  • Internet of Things
  • Applications and Solutions
  • AR / VR Devices and content
  • Gaming devices and content
  • Cloud communication and Storage
  • Systems and Mobile Communication
  • (Computer) Hardware and Software
  • Audio / Video
  • Peripherals / Accessories

All the submitted products were judged by a panel of six international experts who are highly acclaimed in their sectors. It included Amina Horozic, independent designer from Sweden. Feng-Kwei Wang, a professor at the Chinese Culture University of Taiwan, Georg Todtenbier who’s a designer and the manager at CRE8 DESIGN, Kyle Hsiao, the VP of Design at VIVO, Richard Lei, editor-in-chief of Engadget China and Yasunari Nishiko, the director of the Sony Creative Centre at Shanghai. New rules were introduced this time for the participants. Rather than simply submitting their products, the participants took part in two-minute presentations to face the same panel of six judges.

Based on the above mentioned categories, the sixty winners are as follows:

Artificial Intelligence and Robotics


Internet of Things

  • BagiTag
  • KicoBox
  • G1
  • ORII - Voice Powered Ring
  • Lenovo Smart Display

The Lenovo Smart display

  • Charms lines Switch S2
  • DCS-1820LM 4G LTE Camera
  • Nebula Gateway N1

Applications and Solutions

  • Wireless Presenter Kit

AR / VR Devices and content

  • LyfieEye200
  • Lenovo Mirage Solo

Gaming devices and content

  • ROG Raptor
  • Alienware 34 Gaming Monitor
  • Alienware Gaming Gear
  • Thermaltake Iris
  • Thermaltake DRACONEM RGB Touch

The ROG Huracan, a winner in the gaming category

  • ROG Strix SCAR/HERO (GL503/GL703)
  • ROG ZEPHYRUS M (GM501 series)

Cloud communication and storage

  • QNAP TVS-951X
  • QNAP HS-453DX
  • Silicon Power Mobile C50

Systems and Mobile Communication

  • tPOS System
  • KUBB - Mini computer
  • CS-100/P2000 Series
  • Lenovo YOGA 730
  • Lenovo IdeaCentre AIO 730S
  • Dell XPS 15 2-in-1
  • Dell XPS 13 / 9370
  • ZOTAC VR GO 2.0
  • ZOTAC ZBOX CI660 nano
  • Acer Swift 7

The Acer Swift 7, a winner in the Systems and Mobile Communication category

  • Acer Switch 7 Black Edition
  • MSI PRO 24X
  • Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Tablet
  • Acer Chromebox
  • WMP-22G
  • ASUS PB Series
  • ASUS ZenBook S UX391
  • Acer Chromebook 11 (C732L/C732LT)

(Computer) Hardware and Software

  • Thermaltake Level 20
  • Thermaltake View 71
  • ASRock X299E-ITX/ac
  • CRYORIG Frostbit

Audio and Video

  • ASUS ProArt PQ22U

Peripherals and accessories

  • Strimer

GEE·D H1. a winner in the peripherals and accessories category

  • GEE·D H1
  • iPin Spatial Ruler Pro 
Abhijit Dey

A Star Wars fan and sci-fi enthusiast. When I'm not playing games on my PC, I usually lurk around the Internet, mostly on Reddit.

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