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Monday, 04 June 2007 10:54

Computex 07 starts tomorrow

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Computex 07: Here is how it looks today


As the show officially starts tomorrow, we wanted to share a few pictures how it actually looks today. Everything is in ruins and the show took its first casualty.

Booth babes and hardware are getting ready as all should open 9.00 AM Tuesday or 3AM Central European time so there should be plenty to read when you guys wake up. If you are in California that means 6 PM Monday night.  Here is Lars standing in the ruins of what will tomorrow be a busy passage surrounded by booths and we can confirm that he is not responsible for all this garbage.

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Nvidia won’t have a booth as usual but many of its partners will. There will be a few focuses, like P35, P38, G33 and bunch of DDR3 memory and a lot of Radeon HD2600 and 2400 cards.

Below are the first casualties of the show.

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