Intel, Nvidia, Google, Asus, as well as Microsoft have all confirmed that they will be at the expo and all of these technology players are working on something for the tablet market to try and usurp Apple’s iPad dominance.
Intel promises that 10 tablets will be on display at the expo powered by its new Oak Trail mobile processor, with Digitimes reporting that one of these tablets will be launched by Acer and powered by Google’s Android OS.
Aside from tablets, the other focus of this year’s Computex expo is 3D. As the at-home 3D market is booming, both manufactures and content producers are racing to produce 3D equipment and content.
12.9 million 3D TV sets were sold last year, and every major manufacturer in attendance is set to debut a new model at this year’s show. In addition, Nvidia is set to announce new, cheaper, 3D glasses to be used in conjunction with their 3D video cards and games.
The Hardware Canucks will be bringing you complete coverage of Computex as it happens. Stay tuned, it should be an interesting week.