News Computex 2016 is upon us!

ACER
Acer Switch V10 - 2-in-1 Notebook w/ 32 or 64GB +500GB Storage in Keyboard Storage, USB Type C, Atom Quad Core, 2GB RAM, 10in (probably low res) IPS - $199
Acer Switch One - 2-in-1 Notebook w/ 32 or 64GB, USB Type C, Atom Quad Core, 2GB RAM, 10in (probably low res) IPS - $249

ADATA
AEROCOOL
AMD
  • RX 480 graphics card - 4GB-8GB RAM, $199, GTX 970-980 level of performance
  • Bristol Ridge laptop chips
  • Not much about Zen or AM4 except that it's "On schedule"
ANTEC
AOC
  • AOC AG322FCX Monitor - 1920 x 1080 144hz Freesync
  • AOC AG271QX Monitor
ARCTIC

ARM
  • ARM Bifrost GPU & Mali G71 - supposedly as powerful as GT740M & designed for VR/AR
  • ARM A73 Artemis - new CPU Core to replace A72
http://www.anandtech.com/show/10347/arm-cortex-a73-artemis-unveiled
http://www.anandtech.com/show/10375/arm-unveils-bifrost-and-mali-g71



ASROCK
  • C236WSI4 - E3-1500 embedded processor with IRIS PRO graphics in an ITX board with 4x SODIMM DDR4 slots and 6 SATA 3 ports, PCI 3.0 x16 slot
  • X99 Taichi & Fatal1ty
ASUS
  • Zenfone 3 -5.5in 1080p IPS / Snapdragon 625 (8x A53 @ 2.0ghz) / 3-4GB RAM / 16-64GB Storage / Sony IMX298 Camera / 3000 mAH battery / USB Type C 2.0 / $249
  • Zenfone 3 Deluxe - 5.7in 1080p AMOLED / Snapdragon 820 / 4-6GB RAM / 64-256GB UFS 2.0 Storage / Sony IMX318 Camera / 3000mAH Battery / USB Type C 3.0 / $499
  • Zenfone 3 Ultra - 6.8in 1080p IPS / Snapdragon 652 (4x A72 @ 1.8ghz & 4x A53 @ 1.4ghz) / 3-4GB RAM / 32-128GB Storage / Sony IMX318 Camera / 4600 mAH Battery / USB Type C 3.0 / $479
  • Zenbook - super slim MacBook / Dell XPS style laptop. 12.5in Screen and metal body. $999 for 256gb/4gb RAM or $1999 for 1TB / 16GB RAM
  • Zenbook UX330
  • Transformer 3 Pro T303 - 12.6in 2800x1920 (3:2) w/pen support - Surface Pro like 2-in-1 - starts at $999 - Surface Pro style keyboard, Thunderbolt port
  • Transformer 3 T305 - 12.6in 2800x1920 (3:2) tablet w/pen support - starts at $799 - flat keyboard like iPad Pro
  • Transformer 3 Mini - not much info, 10.1 display.
- these use Kaby Lake it seems
  • Asus Universal dock for Zenbook & Transformer (uses Type C)
  • Asus ROG XG Station 2 (thunderbolt 3 GPU dock)
  • Asus VR Headset - basically Gear VR with metal finish
Disegno Curved Monitors (similar style to Asus MX series)
  • MX34VQ - 34in Curved 3440x1440 Display w/8W speakers & Qi wireless charging in the base
  • MX27UC - 27in Curved 4k monitor w/same features as above + USB 3.1 Type C support

Asus Zenbo - a weird home assistant robot thingy....just go to youtube and find videos of it. $599

http://www.anandtech.com/show/10372/computex-2016-asus-zenvolution-press-conference-live-blog
ASUS ROG
  • ROG GX800 - Liquid cooled laptop with i7 K CPU, SLI GPU, mechanical keyboard.......
  • ROG Centurion - 7.1 Gamign Headset w/Amp
  • ROG Swift PG248Q 180hz G-Sync monitor (24in 1080p TN) - http://www.pcper.com/news/Displays/...nounces-ROG-Swift-PG248Q-180Hz-G-Sync-Monitor
  • ROG Rampage V Edition 10 motherboard - X99 w/RGB LED's everywhere (and a control knob in 5.25 form for it!) Also has built in Wifi, Dual LAN, dual USB 3.1, dual USB type C 3.1, 4x USB 3.0, 2x USB 2.0, and a $599 price tag.
http://www.anandtech.com/show/10376/computex-2016-asus-republic-of-gamers-10-year-press-conference

AZIO
BE QUIET!
BITFENIX
http://files.bitfenix.com/computex2016/Bitfenix Computex 2016 press release.pdf

COLORFUL
COOLERMASTER
CORSAIR
COUGAR
  • Avenger wired mouse
  • 550M wired mouse
  • Attack X3 RGB Mechanical Keyboard
  • Ultimus mechanical switch keyboard
  • Panzer & Panzer Max cases
CRYORIG
DEEP COOL
DELL
ENERMAX
EVGA

FRACTAL DESIGN

G.SKILL
GALAXY
  • Galax HOF is released U.2, M.2, PCIe SSD's and DDR4 Memory
  • HOF PCIe SSD
GEIL
GIGABYTE
ID-COOLING
  • Open frame chassis with built in VESA mount
INTEL
IN WIN
INNO3D
KLEVV
LG
  • LG G Pad III tablet - 8in 1920x1200 Snapdragon 617 / 2GB RAM
  • Stylus 2 Phone - 5.7in 1080p / A53 Octa / 3000 mAH / 3GB RAM / 32gb storage / Stylus
  • X Power and X Style entry level phones
LIAN LI
MSI
NOCTUA
  • 120mm Slim A Series fan
  • 40x20mm A Series Fan
  • Some clear fans (LED's?)
  • Project Chromax heatsink covers
  • L-Type 120mm low profile cooler
NVIDIA
NZXT

OZONE
PHANTEKS
PNY
POWERCOLOR
QUALCOMM
  • Snapdragon Wear 1100 processor
REEVEN
RAIJINTEK
ROCCAT
RIOTORO
ROSEWILL
SAMSUNG
SAPPHIRE
SEASONIC
  • X Series Power Supply (1050w)
  • Platinum Series Power Supply (1200w)
  • TFX 350W Power Supply
  • Prime Titanium Power Supply (850)

  • PC Remote Starter
  • VT03, VT02, & VT01 Mini STX Chassis
  • ML07-VR Prototype
  • SFX-L 800W PSU
  • 1200W/1500W Platinum PSU
  • Dual 500W Flex PSU in ATX Chassis
  • 300W SFX (can't tell if this is ST30SF or something new)
  • 450W SFX - this is different from ST45SF-G because the fan is in the middle, like the ST30SF
  • 550W & 500W SFX
  • ECU05 & ECU03 USB Type C PCI card
  • TD02 & TD03 Pro liquid closed loop cooler
  • TD05 cooler with 160mm fan, 180x200mm radiator
  • KL07 ATX chassis
  • PM01 RGB Prototype chassis
  • PM02 Prototype chassis
  • PS13 ATX chassis (looks a bit like KL06-E buit ATX)
  • Colorful SS150 SSD's
SONY
  • Sony Xperia E5 - 200 Euro 5in 720p lower-mid range smart phone
  • Sony Xperia X series
  • $550 Sony Xperia X - 5in 1080p 3GB RAM / 32GB / Snapdragon 650 / 2620mAH / 23MP Camera
  • $700 Sony Xperia X Performance - Snapdragon 820
  • $280 Sony Xperia XA - 5in 720p 2GB RAM / 16GB / Helio P10 / 13MP Camera
  • $380 Sony Xperia XA Ultra - 6in 1080p / 3GB RAM / 16GB / Mediatek MT6755 / 21MP Camera
STREACOM
THERMALTAKE
  • Thermaltake "The Tower" case.
  • Core P3 (smaller version of Core P5 window case)
  • Core G3 window case - vertical arrangement similar to Lian Li wall mount cases. SFX PSU only.
  • RGB Riing LED fans (120 & 140mm) - 11 blade fans & grouping of RGB colors
  • RGB power supplies and SFX Toughpower 450 / 600W Gold power supplies
  • Core P1 chassis - test bench designed for ITX and can be 3D printer - concept only
TOSHIBA/OCZ
  • Rebadging of Trion and Vector SSD's
XIAOMI

XFX
ZALMAN
ZOTAC
I'll try and keep this updated with more products released.

edit: Tuesday Morning 7:30AM (+8 GMT)
- Added Zotac, Riotoro, PowerColor, Phanteks, Lian-Li, Corsair, Enermax

edit: Tuesday Noon 12:00PM (+8 GMT)
- Updated Phanteks, Added ADATA, Cougar, Klevv, Azio, Seasonic, Noctua, Enermax, AOC

edit: Tuesday 10:00PM (+8 GMT)
- Updated Roccat, LG, Sony, Dell, GeIL, G.Skill, MSI, Coolermaster, Thermaltake, EVGA, Deepcool, Colorful

edit: Wednesday 12:30PM (+8 GMT)
- Updated Raijintek, Zotac, Thermaltake, In Win, MSI, Silverstone, AMD

edit: Wednesday 1:00 PM (+8 GMT)
- Updated: Asrock, EVGA, Antec

edit: Friday 8:00 AM (+8 GMT)
- Updated: LG, Asus, Aerocool, Lian Li, Rosewill, Deepcool, Colorful, CoolerMaster, Ozone, In Win

edit: Friday 12:30 PM (+8 GMT)
- Updated: Samsung, Bitfenix, Xiaomi, NZXT, Streacom, Lian Li, EVGA
 
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Phuncz

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Awesome compilation, well done !

ROG G31 Edition 10 - 20L case with 2x GTX 1080's - can we classify this as SFF?
Not with a "powerbrick" the size of a true SFF PC:



Zotac's Magnus SFF PC: http://www.anandtech.com/show/10364/zotac-magnus-en980-sff-vr-pc-with-geforce-gtx-980



5.8L PC featuring a GTX 980, needs two (!) power bricks.
 

iFreilicht

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Not with a "powerbrick" the size of a true SFF PC:


That is the stupidest, best looking power brick I've ever seen.



5.8L PC featuring a GTX 980, needs two (!) power bricks.

Good to know what that looks like. Seems a bit strange to go with watercooling for a layout like this. Two room-filling heatsinks and a huge fan above that seems like it would've given more surface area.
 
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Phuncz

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That's most likely the reason, because watercooling seems to be perceived as Magic©. In this instance, it's obvious it was a bad choice, further enhanced by the two 180W powerbricks.
 
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Aibohphobia

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Woot woot! Noctua is there with a bunch of small fan prototypes: https://www.techpowerup.com/live/images/Computex_2016/noctua_011.jpg

And the slim 120mm looks like it's getting close to production: https://www.techpowerup.com/live/images/Computex_2016/noctua_024.jpg

And they have a heatsink to go with it: https://www.techpowerup.com/live/images/Computex_2016/noctua_011.jpg

I almost feel sad for them caving in and offering non brown and beige options: https://www.techpowerup.com/live/images/Computex_2016/noctua_018.jpg
 
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Necere

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I'm slightly disappointed Noctua never released the 65mm tall, dual-fan 2U server-style cooler they showed a couple years ago. Admittedly limited in its usefulness, for certain case designs it would've been ideal. The slim 120mm fan is nice, I guess.

Also disappointed that Seasonic is showing the same old 350W TFX they've had for years. I guess they just want to remind people that it exists.
 

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I feel these external video card boxes might be more interesting with MXM modules. They'd certainly be alot smaller. I realize they all want to show off the ability to cram a 1080 or Titan X in there, but putting a ITX 970 or Nano would be cool too if it's 1/3 the size. And makes more sense since these are for PORTABLE PC'S & LAPTOPS

:(
 

iFreilicht

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Yeah that would be interesting, too. But I disagree that it would necessarily make more sense. These are meant to be stationary docking stations for your laptop. It's not like they are made to be taken with you when you travel. For that a fully integrated solution can be made much smaller.
 

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I don't understand how the Zotac's Magnus SFF PC, which will require two power bricks...can cool both a 980 + i5 with a SINGLE RADIATOR AND FAN.
 

Necere

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The Silverstone AIOs with the pump integrated into the middle of the radiator are pretty neat. It's something I've thought of before, but wasn't sure if it was feasible. Good way to avoid Asetek's patent. Now we just need an expandable version.