Computex 2016: Devices We Can Expect to Launch at the Show [Update: Live Streaming]

    Computex is a major tech exhibition that will take place in Taiwan at the Taipei World Trade Center, and this time, the Computex 2016 will be held between May 31 and June 4.

    Computex 2016: Devices We Can Expect to Launch at the Show

    Earlier, Computex was PC-centric, but now the tech show features a wide range of diverse products that will be presented. The range includes tablets, smartphones, IoT, and many others.

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    The Computex 2016 show is just around the corner, and here is a slew of products that we expect to witness at the exhibition. Take a look at the probable announcements.

    Computex 2016: Devices We Can Expect to Launch at the Show

    Asus Zenvolution

    Asus has already sent out invites for the Zenvolution event to be held on May 30, 2016. At this event, Asus might launch a broad range of devices including smartphones, tablets, PCs, etc.

    One of the highly anticipated smartphone launches is that of the Zenfone 3. Asus is speculated to unveil a trio of smartphones under the Zenfone 3 series. As per the ongoing rumors and speculations, Zenfone 3, Zenfone 3 Deluxe, and Zenfone Max will be going official at the May 30 event.

    Computex 2016: Devices We Can Expect to Launch at the Show

    AMD GPUs

    NVIDIA lately took the spotlight in the graphics segment, but AMD is all geared up tp launch new Polaris GPU architecture. The AMD event is slated to happen on June 1 and there is a possibility that it will be launched ahead of Computex.

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    The leaks show that AMD will have three GPUs of which VEGA 10 will be an enormous one that might make its way into the market in 2017. The Polaris 10 could be launched next month and the Polaris 11 could be a low-cost version of the Polaris 10.

    On the whole, it is believed that AMD is all set to surpass NVIDIA at the performance per watt and per dollar contests. However, it all depends on the independent benchmarks that will be out later.

    Computex 2016: Devices We Can Expect to Launch at the Show

    NVIDIA Pascal Architecture based Products

    NVIDIA's Pascal architecture might be designed with low-power in mind, but it is likely that NVIDIA will come up with high-end and powerful gaming laptops made by major OEM partners.

    As gaming laptops are one of the high-margin products and there is a surge in the popularity of the same lately, it would be a priority for NVIDIA as well as the PC makers.

    NVIDIA recently launched GeForce GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 chipsets. Within some time, the manufacturers will start launching products with these GPUs. The Computex 2016 will be a great platform for NVIDIA to get the traction for these new offerings that can render amazing performance.

    Computex 2016: Devices We Can Expect to Launch at the Show

    Kaby Lake CPUs from Intel

    The Kaby Lake CPU from Intel are expected to be launched in Q3 this year. The new processor with this codename is the sequel to the Skylake architecture. It will be designed using the 14 nm semiconductor process.

    The new CPU will include enhancements such as better 3D graphics and improved 4K video playback. It will support USB 3.1 and HDCP 2.2 for digital rights.

    There are leaks that Intel will announce a deca-core chip that is based on Broadwell architecture. It is claimed to render high performance for highly parallel purposes. Intel might also release three more processors having 6 and 8 cores.

    Computex 2016: Devices We Can Expect to Launch at the Show


    Lenovo/Motorola devices are speculated to be launched at the Computex 2016 tech show. It is possible that the company might have a slew of products to be launched at the show including the gossiped 18.5-inch tablet.

    But, we cannot expect much from Lenovo at the Computex 2016. Anyways, we need to wait and see what the company has got in store.


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