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A look at more technologies and the 'booth babes'
Google TV set-top box from Honeywld can play movies from Android 4.0 devices
Microsoft showed a raft of upcoming Windows 8 PCs during its keynote at Computex.
SpareOne, a phone that runs on a single AA battery. The barebones phone, with no screen or charging port, is meant for emergencies and has a small flashlight.
The SpareOne, a phone that runs on a single AA battery. The phone has only the basic keys, including an emergency dial, and no screen.
The SpareOne, a phone that runs on a single AA battery. Pop open the back to swap out the battery and insert a SIM card.
Compal laptop-tablet hybrid prototype with AMD's Trinity chip
ViewSonic's new 32-inch drawable LCD monitor, which it says will be the largest in the industry.
A new touch charging technology shown on the Computex floor allows any device to charge any other device, in either direction.
A tablet reference design from Qualcomm running Windows RT on its Snapdragon 4 processor
Asus Windows RT ARM tablet unveiled at Computex
Amanda Lin, 22, works as a promotional model for the Gigabyte booth at Computex.
Ashley Hsu, 25, works as a promotional model for the Elitegroup Computer Systems booth at Computex.
Eileen Lee, 25, works as promotional model for the Nvidia booth at Computex.
Regina Xue, 23, works as a promotional model for Micro-Star International at Computex.
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