Computex is an annual computer expo held in Taipei, Taiwan and since then has grown in popularity so much so, that it’s among one of the largest computer and technology trade shows in the world. This year, it was held recently on 6 June 2015.
Five years back, Computex would be the show where components majors such as Intel, AMD, Nvidia and Taiwanese giants such as Asus, Gigabyte, Acer and so on announced their products which would soon be seen inside new rigs or as part of the peripherals belonging to the said rigs. This year among other things, the focus was mainly on mobility, with wearable technology and Internet of Things (IoT) getting a major push.
Some popular products include:
- Intel Real Sense 3D Camera
- Intel Thunderbolt 3 on USB Type-C connector
- Nvidia GeForce GTX 980Ti
- Nvidia G-Sync on Gaming Laptops
Of which the most exciting news comes from the Intel Real Sense technology.. RealSense 3D camera module will now be integrated into a lot of top end gaming as well as performance laptops. Intel even showcased a few 6-inch smartphones with the RealSense 3D camera module. Apart from the design wins which have a lot of laptops and all-in-ones from mainstream companies such as Dell, Toshiba, Lenovo and so on, Intel RealSense specific apps eco-system has also grown over the years. You can now use apps for live 3D face modelling, object scanning, 3D space mapping and many more industry specific needs.