Roshan Ashraf Shaikh from India won our trip to Computex Taipei 2012 as a guest blogger and now he tells his story.
Just before CES we took off for sunny Florida to see the best simulation hardware and software the world has to offer.
Creative Labs is rapidly expanding on its wireless product range and today we have the very latest from their most recent product launch in Sydney, Australia.
On January 6th during CES 2011 in Las Vegas, we held our first annual TweakTown Media Party. Look inside for some videos from the event.
Lenovo are launching a whole mess of products at CES this year. Let us give you a sneak peek of what you'll be able to experience soon.
Following yesterday's scoop live from QuakeCon with a running demo of id Software's RAGE, today we bring you some of the event's highlights elsewhere around the floor.
Live from the show floor at QuakeCon, we bring you exclusive demo material of id Software's upcoming title "RAGE", set for a September 2011 launch.
TweakTown has just attended the Australian launch of Creative Labs latest line of wireless integrated speaker solutions and we have some highlights inside!
GIGABYTE had a huge showing at Computex 2010, but their products will change computing across the globe.
We just got back from Beijing, China where we attended MSI's Master Overclocking Arena 2009 grand final. Much LN2 was used on innocent mobos and CPU's
We are in Beijing, China for the MSI MOA grand finals. We made time to stop by the massive Beijing computer market and managed to cause some trouble.
We just got back from Thailand where GIGABYTE held the GO OC 2009 Asia Regional final at the Pantip Plaza in Bangkok. Full video coverage inside!
CES was rather limited in their booth babes, so we decided to go to the other show.
Ben offers his thoughts on the recent eGames Expo in Melbourne, Australia.
Ben checks in with a brief first day report from eGames Expo in Melbourne.
Tweaktown staffer Ben talks with Ted Price of Insomniac Games at the recent Playstation PAUSE event in Sydney, Australia.
QuakeCon is known for many things. A visit to each of the vendors' booths is first on our list of coverage.
During his rounds at QuakeCon, Chris turns his attention to the many case mods on display; both amazing and shameful.
At QuakeCon 2008, the line is blurred between booth babes and female gamers. The eye candy extends beyond case mods.
GIGABYTE invited us to its Nan Ping fab for a tour of it operations. We take a close look with pictures and video handy!
Besides all the new hardware being displayed at Computex, there are plenty of booth babes to make things even brighter.
We were kindly granted entry into Kingston's factory yesterday and were allowed to check out their production methods.
Lars is back with part 2 coverage of the MSI Media Tour 2007 from Shanghai, China and shows us some more new products.
MSI sent us to their factory in China to share their message of "Ready for PC2008" and Lars shares some information.
What does Australia have to offer the world in the World Cyber Games 2007?
Things have heated up a bit for Day 2. Lars spends his final day on the show floor covering heaps of goodies!
We are on the ground at Comex 2007 technology trade show in Singapore and Lars provides his Day 1 coverage of the event.
We cover the biggest announcements and media from E3 2007.
They say good things come to those who wait, and here is part two of our exclusive MSI launch coverage.
When MSI holds an event to launch a whole boatload of products you can be sure TweakTown will be there to get the scoop.
We're back with Part 2 of our CeBIT 2007 coverage from Taiwan looking at Bearlake, nVidia MCP73, 8800OC and much more!
We kick off our CeBIT 2007 coverage from Taiwan looking at DDR-3 memory, Solid State Storage, AMD R600, MXM and more!
We spend time with professional gamer, "Fatal1ty", and discover he is much more than just the World's Best Gamer.
Our final coverage article for Computex 2006 is online. We have covered Day 4 and 5 in one and see plenty of companies.
Since we missed Day 2 coverage, we try fixing things by showing a bunch of photos of some promotional booth babes!
Behind closed doors here in Taipei, apparently Intel are discussing the real possibility of an AMD and ATI merger.
Our massive Day 2 and 3 coverage is online. We check out many companies and see lots of good stuff on the show floor!
ATI's hardware physics technology is on display here at Computex and we have pictures and video footage of it in action!
Our extensive Day 1 coverage is online - we visit a bunch of companies including Corsair, Biostar, Foxconn and Gigabyte.
The 26th annual Computex Taipei 2006 trade show begins tomorrow. We check out what we expect to see during the show.
With most of our meetings behind us, today we finally got the chance to properly walk the show floor in order to ensure coverage of all the interesting happenings at Computex 2005 including products from...
Meet the beauties of Computex 2005...Shuttle had the nicest looking girl by a long way and if we were reviewing her here on TweakTown she'd definitely be awarded "Editor's Choice".
Today during Computex 2005 we managed to find one of nVidia's very scarce upcoming codename G70 graphics cards. We only had a short while with the card and we were told that the card was not a working...
As the above image attests, it's been a hectic week for us here at Computex '05. From the plethora of company parties with unlimited bar tabs, to our meetings that begin at 9am each morning, we haven'...
Day 2 of Computex 2005 was a hive of activity. Not only did we manage to bring you more Crossfire benchmarks, as hinted at in our coverage of Day 1, but we also caught up with more vendors, specifically...
It's Day 1 of Computex 2005 and ATI's Crossfire solution alternative to nVidi's SLI is out in force. Naturally, we were on the ground bright and early and have managed to bring you world exclusive benchmarks...
After running around for most of the morning chasing ATI Crossfire benchmarks and writing our initial article, we also managed to visit some company booths. Our Day 1 coverage looks at ThermalTake, Shuttle...
As a foreigner in Taipei, you tend to get away with a lot more than you would when you're back home. Some of the looks you get from the locals in Taiwan are quite priceless, like the chap in the photo...
It's baffling to consider how third-party board vendors stay in business whilst producing virtually homogenous products. Whether its graphics cards or motherboards, the quest for market dominance has...
We caught up with the main man from ATI in Taiwan yesterday afternoon here in Australia who is in charge of the Asian and Oceania regions. Naturally we'll meet with ATI several times during the week long...