Computex 2012 is the biggest computer expo of the year for companies like Acer and Asus, and we're bringing it to you live from Taipei. You'll find all of the biggest heavy-hitters from the show, including Windows 8 ultrabooks, convertible tablets and more right here, but if you're looking for the full firehose of news straight from the show be sure to check out our complete Computex 2012 StoryStream here.
AMD marketing director John Taylor explains the company's laptop strategy.
The Asus keynote for Computex 2012 has been posted online, giving you a chance to relive Jonney Shih's presentation of the Taichi and Asus'
AMD is losing the battle to offer real competition to Intel's Ivy Bridge CPUs, and the consumer might be the one who feels the resulting pain.
This is NEC's LaVie Z, a ridiculously lightweight 2.2 pound ultrabook with a 13.3-inch, 1600 x 900 screen.
Hands-on impressions of the Acer Iconia Tab A110.
Impressions of the Asus Tablet 600 running Windows RT.
Acer's introduced the Timeline Ultra M5, a 15.6-inch successor to the never-released Ultra M3.
Toshiba refreshes the U840 laptop and introduces the U840W, an ultrabook with a super-wide 14 inch, 21:9 display for movies and multitasking.
After day one of Computex Taipei, one glaring question remains — just what will be the best way to experience Windows 8?
Asus has unveiled its latest Windows 8 convertible notebook, the Transformer Book.
Asus has just announced the Taichi series laptop / tablet hybrid at Computex 2012 in Taipei.
Acer unveils ICONIA W510 Windows 8 tablet at Computex 2012
Acer announces ICONIA W700 Windows 8 tablet at Computex 2012